Abu al-Mundhir al-Shinqiti, a prominent ideologue of global Jihadi-Salafism, published an article in which he urged Muslims in Egypt to fight the Egyptian Army in general and in the Sinai Peninsula in particular.
Radical Mauritanian cleric Abu al-Mundhir al-Shanqiti gave fatwas endorsing the stealing of money from the French and hacking American markets to also steal from them.
A religious decree (fatwa) endorsing participation in the Syrian protests was posted on the website of prominent jihadist ideologue Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, “The Pulpit of Tawhid and Jihad.”
Sheikh Abu Mundhir al-Shanqiti, a jihadist cleric on the Shariah Committee of Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi’s website, Pulpit of Tawhid and Jihad, gave religious decrees (fatwas) regarding the targeting of Christians in Muslim lands in general and Egypt in particular.
Sheikh Abdul Rahman Abu Anas al-Shanqiti, a member of the Shura Council of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), addressed Salafists held in Mauritanian prisons in an audio speech released on jihadist forums on February 14, 2010.
Abu Anas Abdulrahman al-Shanqiti, a member of the Shura Council of al-Qaeda in the Lands of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), reaffirmed the group's allegiance to al-Qaeda in a 14-minute audio message released on jihadist forums on July 18, 2009.