al-Jihad


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Related to al-Jihad: Egyptian Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, EIJ
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Earlier Saturday, Israeli papers the Israel Times and Yedioth Ahronoth stated that Qaedat al-Jihad, or Base of Jihad, had assumed responsibility via an e-mail to Lebanese paper Elnashra.
He is wanted for involvement with the Al-Jihad (group).
In the meantime, in a statement posted on the internet Thursday, a group calling itself Ansar al-Jihad in Sinai claimed responsibility for recently bombing the gas pipeline to Israel, as well as the attack on a bus transporting Israeli soldiers in Eilat, Al-Masry Al-Youm reported.
Featuring Parwan Police, Chamber of Commerce, Ajmal Rahmani Foundation and Al-Jihad Clubs, the event began four days ago, Sports Federation head Syed Mahmud Zia Dashti told Pajhwok Afghan News.
He wanted to convince Muslims worldwide they were in a holy war with America and was worried the full name al-Qaeda al-Jihad, meaning The Base of Holy War, had become shortened.
A statement released by Izziddin Al Qassam Martyr Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), said that the two young men were in al-jihad mission (holy war), east of AL-Shujaiyah neighborhood.
Egyptian security forces arrested 17 individuals on Wednesday for suspicion of belonging to al-Jihad terrorist group and for planning terrorist attacks on "sensitive targets" in Egypt, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported on Friday.
Top, 41, was known as the leader of Tanzim Qa'idat al-Jihad, a splinter group of Jemaah Islamiyah, the notorious al-Qaida-linked Southeast Asian network of Islamic militants.
This book is exactly what is needed for America's military planners as it exposes readers to the complexities and disagreements on what is referred to as Ahkam al-Jihad (Rules of Jihad) to reveal how militant Islamists today weave an ideology from fragments of Islam.
In Baghdad, five people were killed and 15 wounded in a car-bomb attack in the capital's al-Jihad neighbourhood, a security official with the defence ministry said.
Civil engineer Ken, 62, was held for 19 days after being kidnapped in Baghdad before he was beheaded by the Tawhid al-Jihad terror group.
He says this text is believed to be an excerpt from a fatwa by Shaikh Shawish, titled al-jihad, and that the English translation was provided by the "American Agency and Consulate, Cairo, Egypt, March 10, 1915.
translates and introduces the Kitab al-Jihad (The Book of Jihad, part of the Kitab Ikhtilaf al-Fuqaha (The Book of the Disagreement Among Muslim Jurists by the classical Islamic scholar Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (837-923 CE).
7 by "Abu Maysara al-Iraqi", spokesperson of Abu Mus'ab Al-Zarqawi's Al-Qaeda in Iraq ["Tanzeem Qaedat al-Jihad Fi Bilad al-Rafidayn"].
After the kidnappings, a previously unknown group identifying itself as Ansar al-Jihad said it held the three, and threatened to behead them unless all Iraqi detainees were released and the attack on the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah halted.