Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) issued a statement acknowledging the Shariah ruling against it in the case of accidently killing four tribesmen in Yemen’s Shabwa governorate, and calling on the family of two of the slain to accept adjudication by a Shariah court.
A jihadist Telegram Channel has provided regular calls for lone wolf attacks in recent months, while also providing manuals pertaining to poisons, explosives, and other related matters.
The al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front (NF) released an audio speech from Abu Malik al-Shami, the group’s leader in al-Qalamoun, calling on Islamic State (IS) fighters to repent.
The Qalamoun correspondent of the Nusra Front, al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria, indicated that negotiations for the release of captive Lebanese soldiers is still in the “arrangement stage”.
The Islamic State (IS) promoted the October 31, 2015, downing of the Russian airliner in Sinai, and the November 13 attacks in Paris in the third issue of its Russian magazine, “Istok” (The Source).
Fighters at a training camp in Khorasan Province of the Islamic State (IS) appeared in a video challenging the enemy, with one threatening that the IS will establish the “Caliphate” in the White House.
An alleged brawl among skinheads at a party in Germany incited neo-Nazis to remind one another that they are all “brothers” and that fighting among them was “unnecessary” and inappropriate.