Sinai Province (formerly Ansar Beit al-Maqdis), a division of the Islamic State (IS), reported on its attacks between October 25 and November 22, 2014, including strikes in El Arish, Rafah, and Sheikh Zuweid.
Shumukh al-Islam, a top-tier password-protected jihadi forum, returned online, with administrators releasing a statement outlining rules and conditions to stop the growing rift between jihadists.
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.
A recent move by al-Qaeda’s wing in Syria, the al-Nusra Front, illustrates again the importance of social media for the global jihadi movement and its effect on the evolution in jihadi online platforms.
The administration of the top-tier jihadi forum Shumukh al-Islam announced its support for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) amidst the conflict in Syria, and encouraged the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front to settle its differences with the group.
Administrators of the top-tier jihadi forum Shumukh al-Islam announced that al-Battar Media Foundation has joined its ranks and will serve as its media arm.
The administration of the top-tier jihadi forum Shumukh al-Islam issued a statement on the "rapidly developing events" in Syria between the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and Syrian militant factions.
A group of men in military fatigues, who identified themselves as the "Mujahideen of Arakan," issued a statement in Arabic in which they declared war against the Burmese government and against Buddhists living in the Rakhine State.
After reports surfaced that the Somalia-based Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement killed prominent jihadi figures over disputes with the group’s leader, Mukhtar Abu al-Zubeir, the top-tier jihadist network Shumukh al-Islam urged the Shabaab to settle its differences and stop the bloodshed.
Administrators of the top-tier jihadist network Shumukh al-Islam confirmed the conflict happening between al-Qaeda-affiliates the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the al-Nusra Front (NF), and asked supporters to be neutral.
Administrators of the Shumukh al-Islam Network announced the forum's return after being inaccessible for the past week, and urged its members to participate more in jihadi media.
Al-Masada Media Foundation, the media affiliate of the Shumukh al-Islam Network, released a message from the network's administrators addressing attacks by the enemy and assuring jihadists that the forum will soon return.
The Shumukh al-Islam Network released "exclusive" pictures from the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) showing fighters marching and training at the "Sheikh Abu Ibrahim" camp and carrying out operations.
Administrators of the Shumukh al-Islam forum issued a statement about its return online after suffering an outage lasting over one month, and blamed technical problems on "malicious attacks" by the "enemies of Allah".
The Shumukh al-Islam Network announced that one of its prominent members was killed during fighting between the areas of Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen in the Lebanese port city of Tripoli.
An administrator for the Shumukh al-Islam Network again posted an "exclusive" picture from the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), this time showing a fighter pointing a silenced pistol at a driver side window of a truck.
An administrator for the Shumukh al-Islam Network posted a series of 32 "exclusive" pictures of fighters in the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), including some of those who escaped from Tasfirat prison in Tikrit on September 27, 2012.
An administrator for the Shumukh al-Islam Network posted a series of twelve "exclusive" pictures from the al-Fateh training camp of the Syria-based al-Nusra Front, showing fighters performing exercises with guns, and children brandishing rifles.
After a month-long period of being offline, administrators of Shumukh al-Islam announced the forum's return.
Upon the return of Shumukh al-Islam, a top-tier jihadist forum and primary source for official messages from al-Qaeda, administrators issued a statement on its going offline for nearly two weeks.