Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video claiming credit for the July 7, 2016, suicide bombing at a Libyan army headquarters in western Benghazi, and providing a jihadi biography of the bomber.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video of fighters training at a camp named in honor of Miloud Sadaqah, a top group official who was killed in clashes with the Libyan army in Benghazi in April 2015.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video from one of its military officials calling on Muslims in general and specifically those in Libya to fight or participate in jihad by other means.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published a poster calling Prime Minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj the "new Karzai of Libya," and claimed two attacks in Benghazi, one of them by the Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published an infographic reported a total of 56 Libyan airstrikes on the Benghazi cement factory in a two-week period.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published a graphic publicizing 9,352, which, according to the Health Committee of the Tobruk Parliament, is the number of Libyan forces killed in Operation Dignity between May 16, 2014, and February 23, 2016.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed twelve attacks on Libyan soldiers in Benghazi on February 19-22, 2016, including bombings and mortar strikes killing and wounding many, and capturing a soldier.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed attacking five points of Libyan soldiers on the western axis of Benghazi and provided six photos of the war spoils it captured.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed downing a Libyan military aircraft in Derna, after which jihadists posted photos and a video of the wreckage.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published a photo report of the “second batch” of graduates from its Sheikh Meload Sadaqah training camp in Derna, Libya.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a statement containing a list of those killed following the June 14, 2015 U.S. airstrikes in the country, notably not including Moktar Belmoktar (AKA Khalid Abu al-Abbas), who was previously declared dead by officials.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video on its “Invasion of “Scouring to the Raid at Dawn’,” focusing on attacks by its fighters and those within the Shura Council of Benghazi Rebels against camps of loyalists of Khalifa Haftar.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video on some of its battles within the “Shura Council of Benghazi Rebels” to drive from loyalists of General Khalifa Haftar from the city of Benghazi.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video denying that loyalists of rogue Libyan general Khalifa Hifter are present in al-Hawari, al-Quwarsha, and Si Faraj district of Benghazi.
Two jihadi media groups – al-Bayareq Media Foundation of Ansar al-Shariah in Tunisa, and al-Raya Media Foundation of Ansar al-Shariah in Libya – and the top-tier jihadi forum Shumukh al-Islam, announced a caption contest whose winners will have their awarded weapons donated to fighters.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya criticized anti-government rebels for seizing Libyan oil ports and tankers, claiming that these actions might lead to Western intervention and harm to Muslims.
Ansar al-Shariah-Libya (ASL) released a statement claiming it was provoked by a Libyan Special Forces patrol, leading to clashes that left 9 dead on the morning November 25, 2013.
Ansar al-Shariah–Libya (ASL) opened a Twitter account on October 29, 2013 under the username @AnsarShariaa_ly and began tweeting links to its media arm's Facebook page, including posts from its archive documenting previous proselytization and preaching events, pamphlets, and charitable campaigns.
Ansar al-Shariah–Libya (ASL) released three albums of photos that documented its first open event in the eastern Libyan city of Derna.
Ansar al-Shariah – Libya (ASL) posted a video of its members distributing sheep to what it said were needy families in Benghazi for the feast of Eid al-Adha as part of its campaign in honor of Nazih al-Ruqai (AKA Abu Anas al-Libi), an al-Qaeda official captured in Tripoli by U.S. Special Forces.