Discord and hostility between primary insurgent factions in Iraq, the Islamic State of Iraq and Islamic Army in Iraq, surfaced in online insurgent activity for the period of March 1, 2008 – March 15, 2008.
Imam al-Hasan Army [Jaish Imam al-Hasan], an Iraqi group that maintains a website called www.iraq-now.com and has published information it has received about Shi’ite crimes to the password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, al-Hesbah, issued yesterday, Wednesday, August 2, 2006, a 2:14 minute video interview with a young Sunni man who purports to have been beaten by members of the Iraqi National Guard.
An Iraqi group calling itself the Imam al-Hasan Army [Jaish Imam al-Hasan] published announcements to the password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum al-Hesbah, yesterday, July 20, 2006, providing detailed reports of information they claim to have received of Sunni kidnappings by Shi’ites and terrorist attacks in Iraq.
The Imam al-Hussein Brigades [Qatta'ab al-Imam al-Hussein], in a communiqué issued yesterday, July 30, 2005, claims responsibility for the murder of two Britons and injuring members of their convoy in Basra, southeastern Iraq, by detonating an “explosive device.”
The Imam al-Hussein Brigades [Qatta'ab al-Imam al-Hussein], in a communiqué issued yesterday, July 27, 2005, claims responsibility for the assassination in Baghdad of an officer in the Badr Brigade who also worked in the Ministry of Commerce, for allegedly trying to fuel “ethnic disagreement and hurt the Sunni people.”
A group calling itself the Imam al-Hussein Brigades [Qatta'ab al-Imam al-Hussein] issued a communiqué yesterday, July 5, 2005, claiming responsibility for an attack targeting “workers helping the occupation forces in al-Fares club” in al-Amerya, Baghdad.