Daesh originated as Jama'at al-Tawhid
wal-Jihad in 1999, and renamed itself al-Qaeda in Iraq after allying itself with Osama bin Laden in 2004.
Other activities followed, including qualifying and training the so-called "Al-Sahaba Battalions" in Daraya, the terrorist groups of "Ahrar al-Sham", "Liwa al-Tawhid
, "Suqour Idleb" and Failaq al-Sham" in Sarmada in the countryside of Idleb in 2012, according to al-Janoudi.
The first founder of this group, Abu Mus'ab al-Zarqawi, had called it al-Tawhid
wal-Jihad in 1999.
Sudanese authorities eventually managed to capture five men believed to be belonging to the Islamic militant group Ansar al-Tawhid
, and charged them with the assassination.
At the time, Zarqawi used to head al-Tawhid
wal-Jihad (TwJ) movement.
Local media said the fight pitted ISIS militants against Liwaa al-Tawhid
, an armed rebel Syrian group that was originally formed to coordinate the battle for Aleppo.
The Islamic Relief (which is affiliated to both the global Muslim Brotherhood and the Yemeni Ansar Al-Sharia), Al-Mourabitoun in Mali, the Pakistani Taliban, the Muslim Brotherhood, Ansar Dine in Mali, Abu Dhar al-Ghifari Battalion in Syria, the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt, the Haqqani Network in Pakistan, Al-Tawhid
Brigade in Syria and Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis in Egypt.
The Walton engineer was kidnapped and killed by terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's al-Tawhid
group - the forerunner of Islamic State (IS), the jihadists behind the brutal beheading of the Salford taxi driver in Syria.
It was written by Sheik Usama Hasan, a former imam at the Masjid Al-Tawhid
Mosque in east London, and endorsed by six senior Islamic scholars.
Hotels to the south of the Grand Mosque are limited to Jabal Omar Hotels, Al-Ghaleb and Al-Tawhid
hotels and some a few buildings to the north," he said.
He is being held by a largely unknown group calling themselves Shabab Al-Tawhid
The official is being held by a largely unknown group calling themselves Shabab Al-Tawhid