Voice of Jihad

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Voice of Jihad (Arabic: صوت الجهاد Ṣawt al-Jihad) is the title of a website published by the Taliban.[1] The website is copyrighted to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. [2]

It is also the title of an online journal published by the Saudi branch of al-Qaeda between 2004 and 2007.[3] An April 27, 2005, edition of Voice of Jihad included an article asking sympathizers not to appropriate the term "Voice of Jihad" for their own publications.[4] An issue was published in February 2007 after a hiatus of almost two years.[5]


  1. ^ Trofimov, Yaroslav (21 January 2010). "Kabul Promotes Its Side of Taliban Attack". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 27 January 2010.
  2. ^ website using link within > website [Retrieved 2015-11-06]
  3. ^ Al-shishani, Murad Batal (10 April 2009). "Journal of the Turkistan Islamic Party Urges Jihad in China". Terrorism Monitor. Jamestown Foundation.,
  4. ^ Stephen Ulph The Voice of Jihad is Back Terrorism Focus, The Jamestown Foundation. Vol 2, Issue 8. 28 April 2005.
  5. ^ Kindel, George (14 February 2007). "Al Qaeda Publication Calls on Jihadists to Attack Oil Facilities That Supply U.S." FOX News. Retrieved 27 January 2010.