Four Iraqi insurgent factions, one of which contains ten groups, issued a joint statement on jihadist forums on June 1, 2009, authorizing Sheikh Harith al-Dhari, Secretary General of the Association of Muslim Scholars in Iraq, to represent them in all matters.
Operation Lion’s War, the joint US-Iraqi campaign in Mosul, remains a major issue for Iraqi insurgent groups in the period of May 16, 2008 through May 31, 2008.
In a message posted to jihadi forums on Saturday, July 14, 2007, the Iraq Jihadi Leagues [Asaeb al-Iraq al-Jihadiyya], an insurgency group in Iraq, announced they has received a “call for help” from the residents of al-Seha, a neighborhood in Baghdad’s predominantly Sunni al-Dawra district.
The Iraq Jihadi Leagues [Asaeb al-Iraq al-Jihadiyya], an insurgency group in Iraq, recently issued a communiqué to jihadist forums claiming to have launched four mortar shells at a “Crusader” forces’ base in al-Haswa, during a meeting between Gen. David H. Petraeus, the commanding general of Multi-National Forces in Iraq, some of his generals, and agents of the “Eyes of al-Anbar”.
Recently, insurgency groups in Iraq such as Ansar al-Sunnah and the Twentieth Revolution Brigades, issued statements denying rumors and media reports that they and other insurgency groups in Iraq had united together.