Al-Fursan Media Foundation published a biography of a Saudi member of al-Qaeda's Shariah Committee who was killed in in Afghanistan in April 2015.
Al-Fursan Media Foundation published a biography of a slain Saudi military camp trainer and associate of former al-Qaeda official Mustafa Abu al-Yazid.
Al-Fursan Media Foundation published a biography of a slain Palestinian official for an al-Qaeda-linked battalion in South Waziristan.
Al-Fursan Media Foundation, a newly-established jihadi media group, published a biography of a deceased son of slain al-Qaeda official Mustafa Abu al-Yazid, identifying the son as a planner of many "unique" operations, including the June 2008 suicide bombing at the Danish embassy in Islamabad.
Al-Fursan Media, an English-language jihadist media group, released a special 9/11 edition of its “Jihad Recollections” magazine on September 12, 2009 on the Ansar al-Mujahideen English jihadist forum and inshallahshaheed blog.
Al-Fursan Media, an English-language jihadist media group, released the third issue of its English jihadist magazine, “Jihad Recollections,” on jihadist forums on August 12, 2009.
Al-Fursan Media, an English-language jihadist media group, published the second issue of its English-language jihadist magazine, “Jihad Recollections.”
A member of the jihadist Internet community using the name, “Fursan al-Tawhid”, was announced as a “martyr” in postings on May 5, 2008 by jihadists in al-Ekhlaas and al-Hesbah, two password-protected al-Qaeda affiliated forums.
The Islamic State of Iraq, in eight of its many communiqués issued to jihadist forums between yesterday and today, Wednesday, July 11, 2007, claims operations within a spate of attacks targeting American and Iraqi forces and members of Shi’ite death squads in Baghdad in June and July.
Contained with the 44-page, ninth issue of the Islamic Army in Iraq’s periodic electronic magazine, “Al-Forsan,” (The Knights), is an interview with the group’s emir conducted by an official of the Information Department, Dr. Emad al-Din.
The Islamic Army in Iraq recently distributed the ninth issue of its electronic periodic magazine, “Al-Forsan,” (The Knights), 44-pages in length and containing a plethora of articles on a range of subjects related to the Iraq insurgency, jihad and the condition of enemy.