Jihadi ideologue Abu Sa'ad al-'Amili analyzed the attack on the Westgate shopping mall from the perspective of the "uniqueness" of al-Qaeda's operations in the seventh issue of Fursan al-Balagh's "al-Balagh" magazine.
The jihadi media groups al-Masada Media Foundation and Fursan al-Balagh released a statement signed by 12 prominent jihadists including Abu Sa'ad al-'Amili and Nasser al-Qaeda, addressing discord in the online community over the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
The jihadi media group Fursan al-Balagh released an Arabic translation of a U.S. Defense Department counterterrorism guide, "Individual Protective Measures to Combat Terrorism".
The jihadi media group Fursan al-Balagh released the sixth issue of its magazine, "al-Balagh," featuring an introduction by jihadi ideologue Abu Sa'ad al-'Amili inciting Muslims to take up arms, unite, and fight the West and "apostate" governments.
In the third issue of its magazine, "al-Balagh," the jihadi media group Fursan al-Balagh published a new article by Ahmed Abu Abdul Ilah, the head of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb's (AQIM) al-Andalus Media Foundation, discussing the alleged goals and motivations behind the French "occupation" of northern Mali.
The Fursan al-Balagh Media group presented a translation of the fifth entry al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's "He Takes Among You Martyrs" series to jihadist forums on May 2, 2013.
The jihadi media group Fursan al-Balagh focused on the French-led war in northern Mali in the third issue of its magazine, "al-Balagh," featuring articles discussing France's "hidden goals" in the country and the Sahel exploring the situation from media and political angles.
The jihadist media group Fursan al-Balagh released an Arabic translation of a US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) handbook on terrorist groups and their tactics.
The jihadist media group Fursan al-Balagh invited jihadists to join its ranks and help with its transcription and translation of multimedia releases, and its own original media.
The Fursan Al-Balagh Media group, a jihadist media and translation team, distributed an English translation of AQIM leader Abu Musab Abdel Wadoud's speech "The Invasion of Mali... A French Proxy War" uring Malian Muslims to reject foreign intervention in the country.
The jihadist media group Fursan al-Balagh announced its joining social networking websites Facebook and Twitter.
Encouraging jihadists to assist in the work of the Forsane al-Balagh jihadist media group, a member of a French-language jihadist forum posted hundreds of email addresses and dozens of Twitter pages associated with "important" French media and political figures.
Fursan al-Balagh released a message from jihadist ideologue Abu Sa'ad al-'Amili addressing fighters and media jihadists, lauding them for their work and advising that they remain anonymous so that they do not led pride overwhelm them and become arrogant.
The jihadist media group Fursan al-Balagh released the first issue of its own magazine, "al-Balagh," and in it, concentrated on supporting the Prophet Muhammad with the "jihad of words and spears".
Fursan al-Balagh, a jihadist media group, released the full text of Muhammad al-Zawahiri's proposed truce between the Islamic movement and the West.