Salafist Jihadists in Sinai denied having a role in the May 16, 2013, kidnapping of seven Egyptian soldiers in the north, and questioned Egypt's motives behind deploying a large military force to the area.
Jihadists reported that four Egyptian fighters carried out suicide attacks in Mali and that one of the men was a forum member who had appeared in videos with Muhammad al-Zawahiri, the brother of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
The Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem released a video biography and will of one of the two fighters involved in the June 18, 2012, cross-border attack from Egypt into Israel.
Ansar al-Shariah in Egypt released a message from an Egyptian Salafist, Jalaluddin Abu al-Fotouh, condemning the French-led military intervention in Mali to oust Islamists and cease their implementation of Shariah-based governance in the north, and urging Muslims to support their Malian brethren.
A post on a jihadist forum eulogized an Egyptian who was reportedly carried out a suicide operation in Syria.
A Salafist political organization in Egypt, the El Nour Party, condemned France's military operation in Mali and questioned the country's decision to intervene in Mali but not in Syria.
The Army of the Ummah [Jeish al-Ummah], a Palestinian militant faction, released an audio speech from an official in its Mujahideen Shura Council urging support for Syria and encouraging Egyptians to work for the implementation of Sharia law.
The Tawhid and Jihad Youth Movement in Egypt pledged to support the fighters in northern Mali against the French-led military intervention campaign, and called upon Muslims in Egypt and elsewhere to adopt the same position.
The Tawhid and Jihad Youth Movement in Egypt posted on its Facebook page the answers to an interview with its media official, Abu Khalid al-Masri, about the group's position on the Egyptian constitution.
Ansar Jerusalem released a preview of its forthcoming video about the September 21, 2012, cross-border attack from the Sinai Peninsula into Israel in which one Israeli soldier was killed and another was wounded.
The Tawhid and Jihad Youth Movement in Egypt announced its support to the al-Nusra Front after the US State Department designated the Syria-based group as a foreign terrorist organization.
Using social networking websites Facebook and Twitter first, and then jihadist forums, a group calling itself the "Tawhid and Jihad Youth Movement in Egypt" announced its establishment and its rejection of the Egyptian constitution.
Salafist Jihadists in Sinai accused security agencies in the region of criminality against the people, including the shooting death of a youth who sought to travel to Gaza to help Palestinians, and demanded punishment for those responsible.
Ahmad 'Ashoush, a prominent figure in Egypt's Salafist Jihadist community, released on behalf of his colleagues a statement announcing the establishment of the "Mujahid Salafist Vanguard - Ansar al-Shariah."
Concerning the ongoing Israeli military campaign in Gaza, Operation Pillar of Defense, "al-Salafiyya al-Jihadiyya in Sinai" urged Muslims to support the Palestinians, and in particular, called upon Egyptians to take action.
Responding to the incident in which three policemen were killed in North Sinai on November 3, 2012, "al-Salafiyya al-Jihadiyya in Sinai" claimed that jihadist groups are not responsible.
The al-Marsad News Network, an Egyptian media organization, posted a "rare" video interview with Muhammad Jamal al-Kashef AKA Abu Ahmed, who reportedly led the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012.
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called upon Egyptians to continue their revolution until they achieve Shariah-based governance, and urged Muslims to kidnap Westerners as a means to free imprisoned jihadists in the first part of the eleventh episode of his series "A Message of Hope and Glad Tidings to Our People in Egypt."
Announcing that fighters have been able to track Israeli drones in Egyptian airspace, "al-Salafiyya al-Jihadiyya in Sinai" warned Muslims in the Sinai Peninsula of danger and threatened Israel that it will respond to any act of aggression.
In the third episode of his series about the Arab Spring, al-Qaeda's American spokesman Adam Yahiye Gadahn discussed "facts and warnings" and emphasized that Muslims, especially those in Egypt, must "complete" the revolutions by choosing governments that implement Shariah.
Al-Faroq Media, an Egypt-focused jihadist media group, released a video showing scenes from the September 11, 2012, protest at the American embassy in Cairo, and messages of incitement from prominent members of the country's Salafist Jihadist community.
The London-based al-Maqreze Center for Historical Studies released the first message from a group calling itself "Jihadi Islamic Call in Egypt," criticizing the Egyptian Homeland Security agency for its alleged "repressive practices".
Ansar Jerusalem claimed responsibility for the cross-border attack from the Sinai Peninsula into Israel on September 21, 2012, in which one Israeli soldier was killed and another was wounded.
In response to the clashes in North Sinai between Egyptian forces and militants on September 16, 2012, "al-Salafiyya al-Jihadiyya in Sinai" released a statement clarifying the events and criticizing the Egyptian military for igniting the situation in the area.
Ahmad Ashoush, a prominent figure in Egypt's Salafist Jihadist community, issued a fatwa, or religious edict, ordering the killing of everyone involved in the making of the film "Innocence of Muslims," which insults the Prophet Muhammad.
Ibn Taymiyyah Media Center, the group that releases material from the Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem, reported on a fighter who is being held by Hamas on charges of being involved in the June 18, 2012, cross-border attack from Egypt into Israel.
An individual or group claiming to represent the Salafist Jihadist current in the Sinai Peninsula condemned the Egyptian military for its offensive in the area and declared that it is innocent of the killing of 16 soldiers at a checkpoint in northern Sinai on August 5, 2012.
"Islamic News Agency - Haq," a division of the jihadist research center Dawa'at al-Haq Foundation for Studies and Research, posted an article on its blog and jihadist forums that summarizes the viewpoint of Salafist Jihadists that the killing of the 16 Egyptian soldiers at a checkpoint in northern Sinai on August 5, 2012, is a "conspiracy."
The Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem denied having any connection with the killing of the 16 Egyptian soldiers at a checkpoint in northern Sinai on August 5, 2012.
An alleged jihadist group based in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt, "Jund al-Shariah," (Soldiers of Shariah), announced its founding in a statement, and gave a series of demands to both the American and Egyptian governments.
The Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem released a video providing details about the June 18, 2012, cross-border attack from Egypt into Israel, and called the strike a "gift" to al-Qaeda.
The Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem denied a report published by a regional media organization about meeting leaders from the group.
Jihadists discussed the pros and cons of hitting enemy interests inside Egypt, with some seeing it as beneficial to the jihadi cause, and others believing it to be detrimental to Muslims in the country.
Militants in the area of the Rafah border crossing in North Sinai, Egypt, released a two-part video showing their training and clarifying an issue between disputing tribes.
Al-Faroq Media, an Egypt-focused jihadist media group, incited Muslims in Burma (Myanmar) to do jihad in response to the outbreak of violence between ethnic Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya in the state of Arakan.
An analyst for the "Dawa'at al-Haq Foundation for Studies and Research," a jihadist research center, recommended that jihadists not hasten to judge new Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi as a foe, but to deliberate his actions in light of Islamic Shariah.
Al-Faroq Media, an Egypt-focused jihadist media group, released a statement from the "Salafist Jihadist Movement in Egypt" that demands a second revolution and the ouster of the country's ruling military council.
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri remarked on Pakistani authorities razing the house where Usama bin Laden lived in Abbottabad, and continued to demand that Shariah-based governance be instituted in Egypt in the tenth episode of his “A Message of Hope and Glad Tidings to Our People in Egypt” series.
A jihadist called for attacks against Britain and its interests around the world if the British government extradites Abu Qatada al-Filistini to Jordan, initiating a discussion in which jihadist forum members suggested that militants strike British and American targets in return for the extradition of Abu Qatada.
Al-Faroq Media, an Egypt-focused jihadist media group, released a video showing a meeting with Salafist leaders in Egypt including Muhammad al-Zawahiri, the brother of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, and their marching with demonstrators in Tahrir Square.