The Jihad Media Battalion, a jihadist media group, cautions Belarus and Ukraine against opening their lands for NATO supply routes to Afghanistan in a message posted on jihadist forums on January 11, 2009.
The Jihad Media Battalion, a jihadist media group, posted on jihadist forums on November 30, 2008 an 81-page text written in 2003 by a Muslim Lebanese Australian, Bilal Khazal, titled, “Equipment in Provisions of Jihad.”
Prominent Jihadist Portrays US Elections as Farce
“Asad al-Jihad 2,” a prominent member of the jihadist Internet community, published through the Jihad Media Battalion a lengthy piece describing the US presidential election as a pre-determined farce.
The Jihad Media Battalion, a group whose presence on the Internet serves the Mujahideen and their jihadist supporters with multimedia propaganda, distributed to jihadist forums on Saturday, September 22, 2007, a series of fifty-two altered Hollywood film posters which ridicule American soldiers and glorify the Mujahideen.
Generic Security Guide by ECHO translated by Jihad Media Battalion
The jihadists’ use of the Internet to cultivate support for the Mujahideen and galvanize Muslims to participate in the jihad has included a litany of manuals instructing in military preparation and security precautions; material which may allow individuals or a cell to conduct their operations.
The Jihad Media Battalion distributed among jihadist forums yesterday, Wednesday, December 13, 2006, a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation on Somalia.
As a series that began last month with the Mujahideen “harvest” in Iraq in October 2006, the Jihad Media Battalion issued today, Monday, December 4, 2006, its November 2006 edition in a one-minute video.
The Jihad Media Battalion (or Jihad Information Brigade) has initiated a campaign to create several mirrors of a website dedicated to the Emir of al-Qaeda, Usama bin Laden.
The Jihad Media Battalion released a 28-page manual detailing how to use Google effectively to search for information on the world wide web.
Alleged statistics of losses inflicted upon the enemies of the Mujahideen in Iraq for October 2006 were the feature of a one-minute video issued by the Jihad Media Battalion, an electronic Jihad group, yesterday, Thursday, November 16, 2006.
The Jihad Media Battalion, a jihadist video compilation and distribution group, recently issued a 12:33 minute video addressed to the United States, titled: “They Are Coming,” which warns of impending mujahideen operations.
A 3:55 minute video titled: “The Truth: Americans Don’t Die,” produced by the Jihad Media Battalian and recently distributed across several jihad forums, ridicules the alleged obfuscation by the United States government and intelligence agencies, in addition to the American and International media, of casualties to American soldiers during the course of the War in Iraq.