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Lebanese Mujahed dies in Syria
- Apr 4, 2012 - 10:13:29 PM
On April 04, 2012, A Shumukh al-Islam member announced the death of Walid al-Boustani during a fight against the Syrian regime in Syria. The user "Abu al-Shahid al-Lubnani" declared that After fleeing Roumieh Prison, al-Boustani couldn't sit and watch his people in Syria getting killed. He joined the Mujahedeen in Syria to defend the honor of the Muslims. He added that al-boustani was the emir of a lebanese Mujahedeen group from the city of Tripoli who went to Syria.
It is to note that Walid al-Boustani was a Fateh al-Islam member who managed to escape from roumieh prison in lebanon on November 16, 2010.
French Police Corner Qaida Suspect after Shootings
- Mar 21, 2012 - 9:20:41 AM
French police were trying Wednesday to negotiate the surrender of a suspected Islamist militant holed up in a flat after shootings that left seven dead, including three Jewish children. Officials said Mohammed Merah, a 23-year-old French citizen of Algerian descent who has visited Afghanistan and Pakistan, bragged of being an al-Qaida member and claimed to have acted to avenge the deaths of Palestinian children.
Al-Qaeda Establishes its base in Yemen
- Dec 16, 2011 - 9:52:15 AM
According to a report that appeared in Yemeni News Paper Maareb Press, Ansar al-Shariaa took hold of the city Azzan in Shabwa District. According to people interviewd in the city, Al-Qaeda members who operated in the city for years, took control the minute the security forces pulled out from the city. One of the people revealed that al-Qaeda is runing the city, they are rehabilitating Azzan hospital, organizing the market, resolving local conflicts, cut hands of thieves, ....
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Two on Saudi "85 Most Wanted Terrorist" list reported killed in Afghanistan
- Sep 16, 2011 - 9:04:38 AM
A member of a Jihadist forum claimed today, September 16, 2011 that two people from the Saudi "85 most wanted terrorist" list were killed in Afghanistan. The Forum member known as "Al Bashir al-Shamikh" didn't reveal the names of the two people killed but revealed that one was killed by an American strike and the other in Kunar Province, East of Afghanistan.
It is to note that US officials claimed is al Qaeda's operations chief for Pakistan, Abu Hafs al Shahri is a nom de guerre for Osama Hamud Gharman al Shahri, who was on Saudi Arabia's list of 85 most wanted terrorists is thought to have been killed in a recent Predator airstrike in Pakistan's Taliban-controlled tribal areas.
Zabihullah Mujahid on releasing French Hostages.
- Jun 30, 2011 - 9:49:43 AM
Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, issued a statement today declaring that many military attempt were made in the past to free the two French nationals, Stéphane Taponier and Hervé Ghesquière who were captured by Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate 18 month earlier on 30/12/2009 in Kapisa province's Tagab district. All these attempts failed. He added that a transaction was completed yesterday when the enemy released high ranking Mujahideen prisoners for the 2 French nationals.