New statement from al-Qā’idah’s General Command: “Condolences and Remembrance Regarding the Martyrdom of Shaykh Abū ‘Iyādh al-Tūnisī”

Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: al-Qā’idah’s General Command — Condolences and Remembrance Regarding the Martyrdom of Shaykh Abū ‘Iyādh al-Tūnisī

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New statement from Ḥarakat al-Shabāb al-Mujāhidīn: “Congratulations and Condolences On the Martyrdom of the Two Leaders Shaykh Yaḥyā Abū Hamām al-Jazā’irī, Shaykh Abū ‘Iyādh al-Tūnisī, and Their Brothers”

New statement from al-Qā’idah in the Arabian Peninsula: “Condolences on the Martyrdom of the Two Shaykhs Abū ‘Iyādh Tūnisī and Abū Hamām al-Jazā’irī”

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Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: al-Qā’idah in the Arabian Peninsula — Condolences on the Martyrdom of the Two Shaykhs Abū ‘Iyādh Tūnisī and Abū Hamām al-Jazā’irī

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New video message from al-Qā’idah in the Islamic Maghrib’s Abū Muṣ’ab ‘Abd al-Wadūd (‘Abd al-Malik Drūkdīl): ” The Martyrdom of Our Leaders and Our Brothers … Proof of the Sincerity of Our Call”

New release from Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī: "Answer to the Essay of Abū Maysarah al-Shāmī: Letter to Dr. Ayman al-Ẓawāhirī"

These leaked letters were originally sent in June/July 2014 and on August 17, 2014.

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Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī — “Answer to the Essay of Abū Maysarah al-Shāmī- Letter to Dr. Ayman al-Ẓawāhirī”
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al-Bayyāriq Foundation for Media presents a new statement from Anṣār al-Sharī’ah in Tunisia’s Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī: "Inspired By the Conquests of Iraq"

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Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī — “Inspired By the Conquests of Iraq”
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al-Bayyāriq Foundation for Media presents a new statement from Anṣār al-Sharī'ah in Tunisia's Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī: "Message to the Youth of the Supporters"

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

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إياكم وأنتم في قمة هذا الابتلاء ان تحقروا أنفسكم .. فوالله إن الشرق والغرب يبيت ويصبح على قضيتكم .. إنكم رغم ضعفكم وقلتكم وغياب الناصر تؤرقون أمريكا والغرب.. أنتم المشكل الذي ليس له حل.. أتدرون لماذا ؟ لأنكم باختصار أمناء الله على هذا الدين فاستبشروا ولا تنهزموا .. سيظل الباطل يطاردكم ويغريكم حتى تتنازلوا له عن شيء من دينكم فإياكم ثم إياكم… لزوال الدنيا وفناؤها الآن أهون عندي من أن نهادن أو أن نساوم في ديننا ووالله لو يعلم هؤلاء الطمأنينة التي يعيشها أصحاب المبادئ لما تجاسروا على أن يعرضوا علينا شيئا من دنياهم لأنهم لو عرضوا الدنيا بأكملها مقابل أقل مما يطرحونه لركلناها تحت أقدامنا ..

إنه باختصار شديد إما الله ولا غير سواه وإما الله ومعه سواه وهذا ما لا يرضاه الله.. فمع الله ولا أحد سواه حتى نلقاه وهو راض عنا..

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أنْصَارُ الشَّرِيعَةِ بِتُونِس

الجناح الإعلاميّ: مُؤسّسَةُ البَيَارِقِ الإِعْلَامِيَّةِ

بتاريخ الأحد 22 جمادى الأول 1435 الموافق لـ 23 مارس 2014

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al-Bayyāriq Foundation for Media presents a new video message from Abū 'Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī: "On the Occasion of the Third Annual Conference"

UPDATE 5/25/13 10:26 AM: Here is an English translation of the below video message:
Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: Abū ‘Iyāḍ al-Tūnisī — “On the Occasion of the Third Annual Conference” (En)
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Check out my new 'Policy Watch' for the Washington Institute: "Standoff Between the Tunisian Government and Ansar al-Sharia"


On May 10-11, Tunisian security services and police launched an unprecedented offensive against local Salafist group Ansar al-Sharia in Tunisia (AST), cracking down on members who were delivering public lectures or passing out their literature on the street. In response, AST leader Sheikh Abu Ayyad al-Tunisi made a veiled threat that youths would defend Islam in Tunisia just as they have in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Chechnya, Iraq, Somalia, and Syria — an indirect warning of potential full-blown jihad. Such a development would be a major break from Abu Ayyad’s public strategy over the past two years, in which he has argued that Tunisia is a land of dawa (i.e., proselytizing and associated Islamic outreach activities), not armed jihad. AST’s third annual conference in al-Qayrawan this weekend could help determine if the latest incident becomes a tipping point toward open conflict or an opportunity for both sides to back down.
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