The Iraqi insurgent group Al Naqshabandiyah Army released a 35-minute video, which included pictures from what the group said was a workshop for making of "electronic valves" for their rockets that they called 'Sadeed'.
(Al Naqshabandiyah Army )
The 35-minute video also included footage of several attacks carried out by the group, as well as of a UAV that it says it shot down in al Anbar province.
The group also displayed what it described as a transmission device used by U.S. forces to spy on the militants. The footage showed a small camera mounted on a metal box with wires sticking out of it and an antenna wrapped around. The group urged other groups to look out for such devices and remove them wherever they find them.
The Naqshabandiyah Army is a group made of former Baathists and former Iraqi army officers. They are thought to work under the command of Saddam Hussein's former deputy Izzet Ibrahim al Douri and operate mainly around the Baghdad area.
Date stamp on the video shows that it's from May 10.