Islamic Caliphate Army

Among the foreign mujahideen fighting in Syria, who belong to a multitude of ethnicities and nationalities, fighters from the Caucasus, mainly Chechnya, have gained particular prominence. Some of these have chosen to join known jihad groups, such as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), while others have formed their own groups.VideoVideo:  November 2013 - ShamCenter - Association and an explanation of the differences."Allah says in the Quran: Derzhite all hard place (O Ummah of Muhammad) to the rope of Allah and do not be finished, and remember the favor of Allah to you, as you were enemies and He united your hearts, and how by His grace you became brethren, and how Is located on the edge of Ragefire He saved you from it. 26 Dhul Hijjah (31 October 2013) by the grace of Allah, the Mujahideen, sostoyalos union of some units of binding in Syria in one army, which numbered several prevysela tysech people"

Islamic Caliphate Army, also known as Jaysh Al-Khilafat Al-Islamiya, The Caucasus Mujahideen in Syria is an active group formed c. 2013.
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