The Islamic State's Caucasus Province claimed killing two Christians in a bombing at an apartment building in Kolomna, a Russian city approximately 100 kilometers southeast of the Russian capital, Moscow.
Demanding jihadists take action against "disbelievers," an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned jihadi ideologue advised they take the initiative create opportunities for themselves, suggesting computer networks, financial points, and energy and transportation infrastructure as potential targets.
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.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter incited lone wolves in the "land of the disbelievers" to ignite a "Baghuz" in Chicago, Moscow, and Paris.
Over a three-month period, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group has repeatedly incited supporters to carry out lone-wolf attacks in the West, giving this message in a poster in seven languages.
In Issue 5 of Islamic State (IS)-linked "Shabaab al-Khilafah" (Youth of the Caliphate) magazine, its publishers boasted of having over 6,000 followers, and featured an article insulting the fighting spirit of American soldiers while commending that of IS military personnel.
The Islamic State's Caucasus Province claimed an attack on Chechen security forces in Stavropol Krai in an "exclusive" in Naba 167.
After publishing a graphic warning Russia of more strikes to come following the Islamic State (IS)-claimed bombings in Magnitogorsk, an IS-linked group continued its promotion of the attacks with a video reiterating the warning.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) arrested three individuals on charges of collecting funds for the the Islamic State (ISIS/IS) in Syria.
After the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the apartment building explosion and subsequent bus bombing in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk, a linked group warned Russia of more strikes to come.
As an "exclusive" in issue 165 of its weekly newspaper, al-Naba, the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the apartment building explosion and subsequent bus explosion in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published an infographic identifying famous churches and squares in America, Australia, and Europe for lone wolves to target.
As the holiday season draws to a close with New Year's Eve, Islamic State (IS) supporters flooded Telegram channels with posters inciting for and providing suggestions for lone-wolf attacks on New Year's Eve.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked supporters shared a threat calling jihadists to target embassies, consulates, and concerts at the New Year.
A woman accused of transferring money to the Islamic State (ISIS/IS) in Syria, was arrested by Russian Federal Security Services (FSB) in Tomsk.
Depicting an individual with an explosive vest in one graphic and Russian President Vladimir Putin beheaded in another, an Islamic State (IS)-linked media group respectively incited for suicide bombings among groups and attacks in Russia.
A Syria-based Uzbek training group with close ties to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) announced the launch of a new fundraising company and solicited donations for weapons.
Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) implied support of the Sochi Agreement terms in a statement titled “The Sham [Syria] Revolution Will Not Die” while maintaining it will continue jihad against the Syrian regime and Russia.
An Uzbek group with close ties to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), requested funds to continue construction on a training camp.
Prominent German-language jihadi channels are promoting a German bank account and PayPal Money Pool raising funds for the daughter of an accused Islamic State (ISIS) fighter.
The Islamic State (IS) released through its al-Bayyan Radio the military statistics for 2017-2018 it featured in Naba 148, offering the information in audio and document formats.