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Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent incorporates regional jihadist groups

Usama Mahmoud, AQIS's spokesman, openly stated that the group "was formed by the gathering of several jihadi groups that have a long history in jihad and fighting."


Jihadists seek to open new front in Burma

Burmese-Mujahideen.jpg"A brigade of Mujahedeen from Burma, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan" purportedly have launched operations in Burma. Photographs of scores of armed jihadists in military uniforms have appeared on a jihadist website.


6 Harrier jets destroyed, 2 damaged in Taliban assault on Camp Bastion

AV-8B-Harriers-Afghanistan.jpgThe loss of the strike aircraft will impact military operations in the south. The members of the suicide assault team wore US Army uniforms and "appeared to be well equipped, trained and rehearsed," ISAF said.


Jihadists launch complex assault on Camp Bastion in Helmand

Two Coalition troops, said to be US Marines, were killed after a suicide assault team breached the wire at Bastion and attacked the airfield. During the attack, several military jets, a hangar, and buildings were damaged.


Bin Laden docs hint at large al Qaeda presence in Pakistan

Badr Mansoor led just one Pakistani "company," and has been reported to have more than 2,000 fighters under his command. For the last three years, the US government has maintained that al Qaeda has only 300 to 400 operatives in Pakistan and that the network is on the verge of defeat.


Pakistani Taliban assault prison, free nearly 400 inmates

Among those freed is a former Pakistani Air Force member who was associated with Amjad Farooqi, the Pakistani jihadi who attempted to assassinate Pervez Musharraf at the behest of al Qaeda.


Al Qaeda eulogizes senior commander killed in recent drone strike

Badr-Mansoor.jpgUstad Ahmad Farooq, al Qaeda's spokesman for Pakistan, confirmed that Badr Mansoor was killed in a drone strike on Feb. 2012. Farooq accused the Pakistani military and government of supporting the US's drone campaign.


Al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri spotted at Taliban meeting

Kashmiri is reported to have met with Hakeemullah Mehsud, the leader of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, in North Waziristan.


Al Qaeda releases lecture by leader thought killed with Kashmiri

Ustadh Ahmad Farooq, the chief of al Qaeda's propaganda efforts in Pakistan, was thought to have been killed in a Predator strike with Ilyas Kashmiri.


US adds 5 al Qaeda, Taliban, Haqqani Network, and IMU facilitators to terrorist list

The five leaders are based in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The designations highlight the interconnectedness of the various terror groups based in the region.


US State Department adds Indian Mujahideen to list of terror groups

The terror group has been implicated as being behind numerous attacks inside India. The US said the Indian Mujahideen "maintains close ties" to Lashkar e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, and Harakat ul-Jihad-i-Islami.


HUJI claims bombing at Delhi High Court

The Harakat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami claimed it carried out the attack to force India to repeal the death sentence of a terrorist involved in the 2001 assault on the parliament in Delhi.


Senior al Qaeda leader attacks Pakistani state in bin Laden eulogy

Farooq-thumb.jpgThe tape casts further doubt that Ilyas Kashmiri, a top al Qaeda leader, and Ustadh Ahmad Farooq, al Qaeda's media emir and top ideologue in Pakistan, were killed in a Predator airstrike in early June.


21 killed in Mumbai bombings

The so-called Indian Mujahideen is suspected of carrying out the three bombings in India's financial capital today.


US intel believes Kashmiri killed in June Predator strike

Ilyas Kashmiri, a top military commander and strategist, was targeted in a June 3 Predator strike in South Waziristan.


'Good' Pakistani Taliban group vows to step up attacks in Afghanistan

Two of Mullah Nazir's senior commanders said they would send even more fighters into Afghanistan to avenge US predator airstrikes in South Waziristan


US Predators hit training camp, vehicle in North and South Waziristan

A strike on a "major training center" in North Waziristan killed 18 terrorists, including "Punjabis," while an attack on a vehicle in South Waziristan killed four "militants."


US Predators strike 3 targets in South Waziristan

The strikes took place in areas controlled by Mullah Nazir. "Punjabi Taliban," Arabs, and Uzbeks are said to be among those killed. Al Qaeda commander Ilyas Kashmiri is also reported to have been killed in the same area just four days ago.


Questions emerge over HUJI's statement on al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri's death

A purported photo of Kashmiri's corpse has turned out to be that of a Mumbai suicide bomber, and HUJI misspelled the group's name twice in the press release announcing his death.


Top al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri reported killed in US Predator strike

A Harakat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami spokesman said that Kashmiri, one of al Qaeda's top military commanders, was killed in yesterday's attack in Wana. His death is a major blow to the terror group.
 
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