This document is a report on the 12 Jaysh al-Mujahedeen personnel who were killed by ISI. The author begins his report with a history of the al-Rabbi branch of the al-Jabour tribe, from where the Jaysh al-Mujahedeen members were from. He claims that the al-Rabbi branch has a bad reputation from being associated with the old Ba’athist regime and working with the Americans. The members that were killed, the author asserts, were further corrupted. The author then describes the actual attack, as well as the incidents leading up to it. The author adds an additional two notes at the end of his report: The first states that some members of the Islamic Army supported ISI, and that the area Amir decreed that these fighters were not corrupted | the second note says that al-Rabbi claims all members of Jaysh al-Mujahedeen are innocent. The author concludes the report with eight names of the twelve members killed, and associated notes about three of them as to why they are bad.