The al-Hesbah Network praised one of its former moderators, Abu Dujana al-Khorasani, for his suicide bombing at a CIA base in Khost, Afghanistan, in a statement released by al-Yaqeen Media Center.
Al-Yaqeen Media Center, in collaboration with al-Hesbah, produced a near 1 hour 40 minute video containing an interview with a former Guantanamo detainee identified as Mahdi Ghazali (AKA Abu Suhaib al-Jaza’iri).
“Asad al-Jihad 2,” a prominent member of the jihadist Internet community, stimulated discussion on al-Ekhlaas and al-Hesbah, two password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forums, with a post on August 23, 2008 evaluating al-Qaeda’s significance in government turnover.
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After Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf announced his resignation on August 18, 2008, members of the jihadist Internet community responded with their opinions, some consisting of thoughtful discussion, and others merely questioning when the mujahideen will “hunt him down.”
To support the Prophet Muhammad, a jihadist on al-Hesbah, a password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, posted a message on August 16, 2008 calling for suicide bombers and gunmen to strike Denmark.
Warning of an enemy plot in Lebanon to disarm Sunni Muslims, a jihadist advocates that to disrupt this plan and to achieve the goal of liberating Palestine, Sunnis in Lebanon should join the Islamic State of Iraq.
Expecting an attack in Europe, a member of al-Hesbah, a password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, posted a message on August 3, 2008 praying that the mujahideen hit countries involved in insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Dr. Hani al-Sibai, a London-based jihadist ideologue, published a message in regard to a female suicide brigade within al-Qaeda in Iraq, and the presence of female suicide bombers in general.
Prisoners in Roumieh jail in Lebanon call upon al-Qaeda leaders, mujahideen, and Muslims to release them, advising hostage taking for prisoner exchanges.
Eight methods for a mujahid to evade reconnaissance aircraft were suggested by a jihadist on al-Hesbah, a password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, in a posting made on July 22, 2008.
A group called the “Muslim Forces’ Union” [Itahaad Qiwaa Muslimeen] asks mujahideen to take action, and makes demands of the government of Sudan in response to the indictment of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
To achieve unity of Salafist Jihadist groups in Gaza, a jihadist forum member of al-Ekhlaas and al-Hesbah, two password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forums, posted a message on July 21, 2008 that outlines a plan for rapprochement among these groups.
During the visit of US President George W. Bush to the Middle East between January 6, 2008 and January 16, 2008, jihadists on al-Ekhlaas and al-Hesbah, two password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forums, launched a campaign called, “The Region is Unsafe”.
In response to reports from al-Yaqeen Media Center on the crisis at Saidnaya prison, and jihadists seeming to lack of initiative in the matter, a member of al-Hesbah, a password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, incited for action.
A clip showing Abu Hamza al-Muhajir (AKA Abu Ayyub al-Masri) amongst colleagues was posted by a jihadist to al-Hesbah, a password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, on July 8, 2008.
Polls conducted on Al-Hesbah and Al-Ekhlaas, two password-protected Al-Qaeda-affiliated forums, concerning the same question of jihadists approving suicide bombings in Denmark as revenge for insults to the Prophet Muhammad, were thus far met with overwhelming response in the positive.
The Taliban issued a statement to the al-Hesbah jihadist messageboard on April 28, 2007, discussing their release of a French aid worker who was held captive for more than three weeks.
Members of the password-protected al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, al-Hesbah, in a particular set of chatter starting on Sunday, April 15, 2007, and ongoing, have discussed the capture and alleged execution of BBC reporter, Alan Johnston, in Gaza.
Members of the jihadist Internet community have held continuing discussion and polls on their Internet forums, including the password-protected al-Hesbah and al-Mohajroon Networks, regarding the legality as per Islamic Shari’a, or law, of the suicide bombings claimed by al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb on Wednesday, April 11, 2007.
A member of the jihadist Internet community, “Mujahidah al-Sham”, recently wrote an article pertaining to the critical statement by the Islamic Army in Iraq responding to Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and the Islamic State of Iraq, offering both parties and others boxes of Nestle NIDO.
A previously unknown Iraqi insurgency group calling themselves the “Arrows of Righteousness”, initially issued a video on March 10, 2007, threatening to kill two German hostages, identified as Hannelore Marianne Krause and her son, Sinan, unless Berlin withdrew all its forces from Afghanistan.