Possible case of "family jihad."
The Telegram racist echo-chamber has already dubbed "Sainthood" to the attacker and the video is being referred to as a "Manifesto."
Ghazni university students were the target of an explosive device placed nearby last month.
The bombing contaminates the Guamues River leading to the port of Tumaco in the Pacific.
First ISEA claim in Marawi since the 2017 seven month siege ended.
Jamaatul Mujajideen Wal Ansar (JMWA), is led by Ismael Abdulmalik (aka Abu Torayme/Toraype/Torayfie).
Gubio has acted as almost as a PX for ISWA over 2019, using the region to resupply since at least May 2019.
The well coordinated attack was clearly meant to target the base where drone strikes originate.
The footage depicts Saudi forces surrendering en masse, vehicles abandoned, and corpses strewn across the desert.
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