The editors of the pro-Islamic State (IS) "Liwa' al-Ansar" (Brigade of the Supporters) newspaper warned that group fighters and those it inspires "will burn the lands of the Cross," naming the United States, Belgium, Britain, Canada, France, and Russia.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for an alleged Belgian blogger and recruiter. Al-Muhajireen Foundation posted the biography of "Abu Ayyub al-Beljiki" on Telegram on February 4, 2019.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for an alleged Belgian fighter and training camp administrator who was killed amidst clashes with Syrian regime forces in Deir al-Zour.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published an infographic identifying famous churches and squares in America, Australia, and Europe for lone wolves to target.
The Islamic State (IS) continues its silence regarding the attack at the Uranus Wedding Hall in Kabul, where in Naba 157 it noted press coverage of shootings in Brussels, Chicago, and Denver but ignored the mass-casualty incident in the Afghan capital.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked al-Battar Media Foundation accused press agencies of obfuscating the cause of the California wildfires and the motives behind recent attacks in European cities, suggesting that the IS is involved.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for an alleged teenage Belgian sniper who was killed in a coalition airstrike in Deir al-Zour.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group copied the format of al-Hayat's weekly statistical video of IS operations and applied it to lone-wolf attacks in Belgium, Canada, and France over the past four months.
A Europe-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group promoted previous IS-inspired and coordinated attacks in Belgium, Britain, France, and Spain in an incitement video.
The Islamic State (IS) identified the perpetrator of the May 29, 2018, attack in Liege, Belgium, as "Bakr al-Beljiki" and provided other information in an "exclusive" in Naba 134.
'Amaq News Agency of the Islamic State (IS) reported that the attacker in Liege, Belgium, was from the "soldiers of the Islamic State".
Supporters in Africa and Europe of the Syria-based Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) shared photos of their handwritten notes promoting the group, most overlooking sites in their respective countries.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Tarjuman al-Asawirti for Media Productions responded to the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital declaring that “terrorism is the solution” and inciting for violence in the West.
The Islamic State (IS) threatened in the 13th issue of Rumiyah magazine to escalate attacks against Western states participating in the coalition against it, and presented a story of an Australian woman’s travels to join her husband in the battlefield.
A prominent Islamic State (IS) supporter warned Europe and the West in general of more attacks to come after Barcelona, challenging the proclamation by the U.S. and its Gulf allies that they will eliminate terrorism.
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the individual who stabbed two soldiers with a knife in Brussels, Belgium, is from the "soldiers of the Islamic State".
Four days after it suggested Italy as the next target of an Islamic State (IS) attack or that by lone wolves, a pro-IS Telegram channel recommended particular locations to strike with vehicles there and in Belgium and Denmark.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram account forwarded a message calling on “Islamic State supporters everywhere” to attack non-believers in embassies, clubs, and cafés, and ministries, asking, “Where are the lone wolves??”
In the 11th issue of its Rumiyah magazine, the Islamic State (IS) for the first time claimed credit for the June 19, 2017, attack in Paris, France, and the bombing in Brussels, Belgium, the following day, and called to strike Western economies, to kidnap children, and to kill a German national.
Jihadist on social media criticized France following the April 20, 2017 shooting of police officers on Champs-Élysées, Paris, noting it took place just days before the country’s presidential election, and threatening “what is to come is worse.”
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the Champs-Élysées shooter is an “Islamic State fighter” and identified him as Belgian.