Two Iraq-based Shi'ite militia groups separately condemned an airstrike by an unidentified party near the Iraq-Syria border and called for action against who they believe to be the perpetrator, either the U.S. or Israel.
The League of the Righteous, a Shi’ite insurgent faction in Iraq, threatened retaliation against US soldiers in Iraq if “International Burn a Qur’an Day” comes to fruition.
The League of the Righteous, a Shi’ite insurgent faction in Iraq, released a statement denying allegations of abuse made by its former captive, Peter Moore.
A kidnapped US military contractor in Iraq appeared in a video released by a Shi’ite insurgent faction in Iraq.
The League of the Righteous People, a Shi’ite insurgent faction in Iraq, commends Houthi fighters in Sa’ada, Yemen, and condemns actions by the Yemeni government in a message posted on Shi’ite jihadist forums on September 1, 2009.
The League of the Righteous People, a Shi’ite insurgent faction in Iraq, blames the US and its “agents,” the Iraqi government, for car bombings in Sadr City, Baghdad, in a message posted on a Shi’ite jihadist forum on May 5, 2009.
Shi’ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr renewed threats to attack US forces in Iraq, naming a new resistance group and urging factions to join, including the League of the Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq].
The period of March 16, 2008 through March 31, 2008 represents five years of the war in Iraq, which was acknowledged by insurgent factions in statements posted to jihadist forums.
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.
Operations claimed by most insurgent groups in Iraq, Sunni and Shi’ite, for the period of February 16, 2008 – February 29, 2008, have increasingly fallen within campaigns of support.
The League of Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq], a Shi’ite insurgency group in Iraq, issued a statement July 10, 2007 claiming an attack on Baghdad’s Green Zone, as well as others targeting American and British forces.
The League of the Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq], a Shi’ite insurgency group in Iraq, recently issued a statement in which they ascribe blame of the bombing of the Golden Mosque in Samarra (Al-Askari Shrine) to American forces, and published a set of three videos depicting their revenge operations.
A 1:14 minute video from the League of the Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq] in Iraq, a Shi’ite insurgency group, has recently been circulated among jihadist Shi’a forums, and called the “most beautiful,” which depicts an attack executed by its Imam al-Hadi Brigade. In the video, a Hummer sits idle on a Baghdad street, then an explosion and cloud of smoke appears where a soldier is sitting atop.
Video clips depicting sniping operations and bombings of American targets were recently distributed by two insurgency groups in Iraq, the League of the Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq] and al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen].
In recent videos issued by insurgency groups in Iraq, including Ansar al-Sunnah, al-Rashideen Army, and the League of the Righteous People, four vehicles were destroyed by explosions from improvised explosive devices (IEDs), in Baghdad, Kirkuk, al-Howeija, and Baqauba.
A Shi’ite insurgency group, the Leagues of the Righteous People [Asa’ab Ahel al-Haq] in Iraq, recently issued three videos depicting improvised explosive device (IED) detonations on American vehicles in al-Hillah and an Israeli convoy in Hashemia, in the governorate of Babil, by its Imam Ali Brigades.