|Abdul Nasser al-Ansari||Abdul Nasser al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040503||Link|
|Abu Taleb Ansari||Abu Taleb Ansari||Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||20051009||Link|
|Abu Taleb Ansari||Allahr Dal||Bangladesh||20060304||Link|
|Aftab Ansari||Aftab Ansari||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20020512|
|Aftab Ansari||Harkat-e-Jehadi Islami||Afghanistan/South Asia||Mastermind||20020216|
|Aftab Ansari||al-Qaeda affiliate||Terror Networks||Arrested||20020209|
|Aftab Ansari||Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami||India-Pakistan||20020122|
|Ansar Barni||Ansar Barni||Ansar Barni International Welfare Trust||India-Pakistan||20030411|
|Arshad Ansari||Arshad Ansari||Gujarat Muslim Revenge Force||India-Pakistan||20030901|
|Ayman Abdul Qader Al-Ansari||Ayman Abdul Qader Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040504||Link|
|Ayman Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040503||Link|
|Babul Ansari||Babul Ansari||Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Bangladeshi||20051009||Link|
|Babul Ansari||Allahr Dal||Bangladesh||Bangladeshi||20060304||Link|
|Firaq Ansari||Firaq Ansari||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20060920||Link|
|Jalees Ansari||Jalees Ansari||Tanzim Islahul Muslimeen||India-Pakistan||20030825|
|Maulana Abbas Ansari||Maulana Abbas Ansari||All Parties Hurriyet Conference||India-Pakistan||20020608|
|Mustafa Abdel-Qader Abed al-Ansari||Mustafa Abdul Kader Abed al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040508||Link|
|Mustafa Abdel-Qader Abed al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040504||Link|
|Mustafa Abdel-Qader Abed al-Ansari||Committee for the Defence of the Legitimate Rights||Arabia||20040504||Link|
|Mustafa Abdul Qader Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040504||Link|
|Mustafa Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040505||Link|
|Noor Mohammed Abdul Ansari||Noor Mohammed Abdul Ansari||Students Islamic Movement of India||India-Pakistan||Indian||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030524|
|Arrested in connection with Ghatkopar and Mulund bomb blasts.|
|Noor Mohammed Abdul Ansari||Lashkar e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||Indian||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030524|
|Arrested in connection with Ghatkopar and Mulund bomb blasts.|
|Samir Suleiman Al-Ansari||Samir al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040503||Link|
|Samir Suleiman Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040504||Link|
|Sami Suleiman Al-Ansari||Sami al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040503||Link|
|Sami Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040505||Link|
|Sami Suleiman Al-Ansari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Saudi||Deceased||Cannon Fodder||20040504||Link|
|Shakil Ansari||Shakil Ansari||Hizbul Mujahideen||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050918||Link|
|Tanveer Ahmed Ansari||Tanveer Ahmed Ansari||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20060731||Link|
|Tanvir Ahmad Ansari||Tanvir Ahmad Ansari||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20060804||Link|
|Wahid Ansari||Wahid Ansari||Students Islamic Movement of India||India-Pakistan||20030524|
|Wahid Ansari||Lashkar e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20030524|
|Yunus Ansari||Yunus Ansari||Nepal Muslim Amaraat Society||Afghanistan/South Asia||20040405|
|Zabiuddin Ansari||Zabiuddin Ansari||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20060715||Link|
|Ziauddin Ansari||Ziauddin Ansari||Student Islamic Movement of India||India-Pakistan||20060805||Link|
|Al-Qaeda-linked Syrian group rejects Idlib agreement, vows to continue fight|
| [AlMasdar] (4:50 P.M.) ‐ A Syrian group linked to the al-Qaeda terror organization released an official statement rejecting the recently-concluded Idlib agreement between Russia and Guardians of Religion Organization (Tanzeen Hurras al-Din) is made up of former Nusra members who had defected their former group only to form a more faction.|
The ultraconservative group also vowed to carry on fight against the Syrian government and its allies until the end.
In the same context, the FSA-affiliated Ansar al-Deen, chaired by Abu Abdullah al-Shami, said it is not committed with the RussiaTurkey-brokered deal.
Both factions are mainly active in al-Ghab Plains, west Idlib and northern Latakia countryside.
|All eyes on Hodeidah as Saudi-backed forces prepare to storm strategic port|
|[AlMasdar] The Arab coalition led by Ansar Allah movement, the commander of coalition forces on Yemen’s west coast Gen. Ali Taniji said Tuesday. and the United Arab Emirates announced the launch of a large-scale military operation to liberate the Yemeni port city of Al Hodeidah on the Red Sea from Shiite from |
"The attack of troops on the side of President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi with the support of the military Arab coalition on Al Hodeidah began from several directions," Taniji said, as quoted the WAM news agency.
According to the commander, the Houthis lost their ability to resist. Coalition aircraft are bombing their positions on the outskirts of Al Hodeidah. The coalition reported that it had cut off the channel of supply of rebels in Hodeida from the city of Saada. According to Taniji, thousands of trained fighters of the Yemeni resistance will stop the Houthis’ attempts to regain the areas of Al Hodeidah that were repulsed from them.
In turn, the Al Masirah broadcaster, which is controlled by the s, reported that the Arab coalition had inflicted a strike on the building of the naval faculty in Al Hodeidah.
has been engulfed in an armed conflict between the government forces led by president Hadi and the rebels for several years. The Saudi-led coalition of mostly Persian Gulf nations has been carrying out s against the Houthis at Hadi’s request since March 2015.
The situation in the war-torn country sharply since June, when the Saudi-led coalition launched an offensive to seize Al Hodeidah, a key port city for , from the Houthis.
|Saudi Coalition airstrikes kill 11 people in Yemen’s Bayda province|
|[AlMasdar] The Saudi Coalition continued their wide-scale air campaign over Yemen, today, targeting several areas controlled by the Ansarallah Movement).forces (var. |
Citing a local source, the Saba News Agency reported that at least eleven on Monday when the Saudi Coalition bombed residential building in the Bayda Governorate.
The Saba Agency added that one of the s struck a residential home in the Houran area of the al-Radman District.
|Bottles found in Sharjeel's room contain oil and honey, blood sample devoid of alcohol traces|
|Oh, now don't they feel dumb...|
[DAWN] The two bottles recovered from incarcerated PPP leader Sharjeel Inam Memon's room in 's Ziauddin Hospital contained honey and oil, according to a chemical examination report made public on Monday.
On Saturday, Chief Justice Saqib Nisar had conducted a ’raid’ on a room of Dr Ziauddin Hospital in Clifton, which was declared a sub-jail by provincial authorities, where Memon was staying, and reportedly found "liquor" there.
Soon after the bottles were confiscated, the PPP leadership had insisted that the bottles did not contain alcohol but honey and olive oil.
The chemical report signed by Director of Laboratories and Chemical Examiner to the Government of Sindh Dr Zahid Hasan Ansari confirmed that one bottle contained honey while the other contained olive oil.
it appeared that Memon's blood also did not contain any traces of alcohol, DawnNewsTV said while quoting the test report.
The blood samples were taken at Ziauddin Hospital on Saturday and the report from Aga Khan Hospital is dated Sunday.
Memon had been under treatment and in judicial custody at the Ziauddin Hospital's Shirin Jinnah branch, where his room had been declared a sub-jail.
He was parcelled off to Karachi's Central Jail soon after the alleged discovery of liquor bottles in his room, as police and hospital authorities scrambled to save face.
After the CJP's 'raid', the Sindh chief secretary and DIG Prisons Aftab Pathan reached Ziauddin Hospital in an effort to "record evidence and take action".
|Yemen's Hadi to head to US for ‘treatment’|
|[PRESSTV] Yemen’s former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi is to be transferred to the United States shortly to receive "medical treatment."|
Preparations are under way to transfer Hadi to the US tonight, a source told on Sunday.
Two Yemeni officials told that Hadi would stay in the United States until the General Assembly meeting at the end of September.
Hadi has been in exile in since 2015. Before fleeing to the kingdom, he and his government had resigned as the impoverished country was in the grip of political turmoil.
Yemen’s Ansarullah movement took state matters into their own hands after the mass resignation and Hadi’s escape threw the country into a state of uncertainty.
He has invariably proven a staunch Saudi ally, prompting criticism that his closeness to Riyadh made the country vulnerable to interference in its internal affairs.
|Yemeni tensions with Hizbullah|
|[AlAhram] Economic conditions are worsening in the Yemeni capital Sanaa against a background of rising tensions between the Yemeni government and the Lebanese group .|
The Feast of the Sacrifice celebrations in the Yemeni capital Sanaa in August reflected the mounting economic straits in the areas under the control of the Ansar Allah (Houthi) Movement, according to local Yemeni sources who said the Houthis had tightened security in the capital, imposed a curfew at night, and
|Jihadist rebels assemble largest force since 2015 Idlib offensive|
|[ALMASDARNEWS] The jihadist rebels in the Hama, Idlib, and Latakia governorates have assembled a massive force in response to the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) large-scale military buildup in these provinces, a source in northeast Latakia told al-Masdar News tonight.|
According to the military source, the jihadist rebels of Hay’at (HTS), Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP), et al. have mobilized thousands of fighters in northwest Syria to defend their areas from the Syrian Arab Army and their allies.
In particular, the source said that jihadist rebels have mobilized a massive force inside the al-Ghaab Plain region and the northern countryside the Hama Governorate, which is reminiscent of ’s numbers during their Idlib offensive in the Spring of 2015.
These aforementioned areas in the Hama and Idlib governorates are expected to be the first targets of the Syrian Arab Army’s upcoming offensive in northwestern Syria.
The source added that the Turkestan Islamic Party and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham have dug a large network of trenches that stretch for a long distance in the Idlib and Hama governorates.
|Latakia: Syrian army division heads toward offensive, Al Nusra vs FSA cage match|
Huge 4th Division convoy heads to northern Latakia for upcoming offensive (video)
[AlMasdar] A huge military convoy from one of the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) elite divisions was filmed heading towards the northern countryside of the Latakia on Thursday.
According to a military communique from Latakia, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Division sent another large convoy to this imperative front near the Turkish border this week.
The 4th Division sent their 39th and 41st brigades to the Latakia Governorate, with another large batch to come in the next few days, a source from the Syrian Arab Army told Al-Masdar News on Thursday evening.
Below is the video of the 4th Division heading towards the Jabal Al-Akrad and Jabal Turkmen regions of northern Latakia:
In the coming weeks, the Syrian Arab Army is expected to begin their long-awaited offensive to retake all of the territories controlled by the jihadist rebels in northern latakia.
Trouble in paradise: HTS attacks rebel allies in northern Latakia as Syrian Army’s offensive nears
[AlMasdar] In a bizarre move on Thursday, Hay’at launched a big attack on their Free Syrian Army (FSA) allies in the northern countryside of the Latakia Governorate.
According to opposition activists via social media, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham stormed the bases of the Free Syrian Army’s (FSA) Ansar Al-Sham Regiment in the ‘Ayn Bidah area on Thursday morning.
Intense clashes would ensue between the former allies, as Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham attempted to gain the upper hand against the Free Syrian Army faction near the Turkish border-crossing in Latakia.
The opposition activists allege that Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham launched this attack in a bid to seize Ansar Al-Sham’s weapons; however, others claimed that the latter was preparing to join the ranks of Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham, which HTS currently has a dispute with.
This latest infighting between the rebel forces comes as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) prepares to launch a large-scale offensive in the northern countryside of the Latakia Governorate.
|Egypt court sentences 3 to death in Ansar Al-Sharia case|
|[AlAhram] An Egyptian criminal court issued on Sunday death sentences against three defendants who were convicted on terrorism-related charges in the 2014 case known in the media as the case.|
The court has transferred the verdicts to the country's grand mufti for a legally required but non-binding consultation.
Sunday's sentence comes nearly four years after the 23 defendants in the case were referred to criminal court.
In 2014, the defendants were charged with establishing and running the Ansar al-Sharia terrorist group, attacking police and army personnel and institutions, as well as targeting governmental facilities and Christians and their places of worship.
The court set 14 October for issuing a final verdict for all 23 defendants in the case.
A final verdict can be still appealed.
|Yemen’s Hodeidah ‘one airstrike away from unstoppable epidemic’ -- UN|
|[ALMASDARNEWS] The Yemeni port-city of Hodeidah is "one away from an unstoppable epidemic," Lisa Grande, the Humanitarian Coordinator of the , said in a statement from the capital city of Sana’a on Sunday.|
"For weeks, we’ve been doing everything possible to help hundreds of thousands of people living in and near Hudaydah", however, "these airstrikes are putting innocent civilians at extreme risk."
The Hodeidah Governorate in western has been under a powerful attack by the Saudi-led Coalition since April; this has resulted in the death of several civilians.
For the millions of Yemeni civilians living outside of the regime-held areas, they are subjected to shortages in food and medical supplies because the Hodeidah Port is the lifeline for the provinces of Sana’a, Sa’ada, Hajjah, Hodeidah, Ta’iz, al-Bayda, et al.
According to a UN report, at least 75 percent (22 million people) of the country requires some form of or protection, including 8.5 million people who do not know where their next meal is coming from.
Since the Saudi-led Coalition restarted their military operations in Hodeidah, at least 50 people have been killed and 328 others have been .
Most of the Hodeidah province is currently under the control of the forces (var. Ansarallah Movement), who oppose the Yemeni regime of Saudi-backed ’Abd Rubbah Mansour Hadi.
|Ansar al-Islam operatives training with India’s Kuki rebels, CTTC finds|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Members of BangladeshiAnsar al-Islam are now secretly training with the separatist Kuki rebels in India, Bangladeshi counterterrorism officials have learnt. outfit |
The operatives are also trying to collect weapons from the separatist group based in the north-east states of Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur in India, reported Bangla Tribune.
Officials of the Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crimes (CTTC) unit of police gleaned this information from Ansar al-Islam operative Sheikh Abdullah alias Zubayer alias Zayed alias Babed alias Abu Omair, during interrogation.
The Kuki separatist group is mainly active in the north-eastern parts of India, but Kuki people are also present in the Chin state of Myanmar and the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh.
Ansar al-Islam law enforcement agencies say is made up of the old members of outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team banned in 2015, that targeted secular activists, writers and bloggers, as well as LGBT activists. The group was also banned in 2017.
Zubayer was by the CTTC in Chittagong on July 17 as the prime suspect in the 2016 murder of LGBT activists Xulhaz Mannan and Mahbub Rabbi Tonoy, who confessed to being involved in the double murder.
CTTC say Zubayer liaised between the Kuki rebels in India and the Ansar al-Islam in Bangladesh on behalf of the group’s top leader, sacked armed forces Major ue.
Zubayer, who joined Ansar al-Islam in 2013 and was gradually promoted to run the intelligence wing of the group, sent its operatives to India to the Kuki rebels for training, the officials said.
Being a trusted accomplice of Zia, he was also in charge of collecting funds and the group’s management, the said.
"Zubayer is an important member of Ansar al-Islam. He has confessed to being involved in the Xulhaz-Tonoy murder before court. We have collected some vital information about the organization from him during interrogation; we are now verifying the information," said CTTC Deputy Commissioner Mohibul Islam Khan.
Officials working on the case said Zia was currently hiding in the greater Chittagong area, but his exact location has yet to be identified.
During the interrogation, Zubayer told the CTTC that he travelled to Dhaka once a month to collect funds ‐ amounting from Tk2 lakh to Tk6 lakh ‐ from designated individuals on Zia’s instruction.
A portion of that fund would be sent to Zia, and the rest would be sent to the heads of different units of Ansar al-Islam.
CTTC Additional Deputy Commissioner Md Saiful Islam said Zubayer gave names of Ansar al-Islam sympathizers.
"These sympathizers provide the funds to the organization. We are looking for these people to find out more details," he told Bangla Tribune.
|2 suspected JMB members arrested near New Delhi|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Two suspected members of outfit (JMB) were from Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida area.|
The duo- Bangladeshi nationals Musharraf aka Musa, and Rubel Ahmed- were arrested from the Surajpur area, on the outskirts of the New Delhi, during a joint operation by the state’s Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) and the West Bengal police, reports India Today quoting senior Indian law enforcement official Ajay Pal Sharma.
The report does not mention when the two suspected were arrested.
Musa and Rubel are being interrogated by officials of the UP ATS and intelligence department, Sharma said.
According to sources in Indian law enforcement, the two JMB members were planning to carry out a major attack in the National Capital Region (comprised of National Capital Territory of Delhi and several surrounding districts from the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan).
A source in the Indian intelligence department had received a tip-off that some JMB members were collecting funds for their outfit.
When contacted, police's Anti Terrorism Unit (ATU) chief Additional Inspector General Mohammad Shafiqul Islam told the Dhaka Tribune that they are yet to hear from Indian authorities regarding the matter.
The JMB, founded in 1998 by Sheikh Abdur Rahman, was banned in 2005 after setting off about 500 bombs simultaneously across Bangladesh.