Islamic State (IS) supporting groups al-Battar Media Foundation and Noor al-Tawhid have each continued their promotion of the IS-claimed Sri Lanka bombings, with one inciting to target Christians, and the other hoping for similar attacks in America, Britain, France, and Germany.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter, motivated by the group's claim for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, warned that the events there will be repeated in America, Britain, and France.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned media outfit promoted arson as a "great jihad" to group supporters in the U.S. and Europe.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked media group threatened St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City.
A graphic inciting against the US was posted to an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned Arabic Instagram account, stating “we’ll throw you into hell America.”
In a graphic depicting an armed fighter in the New York City Subway, an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned group threatens revenge for territorial losses in Syria, stating “soon in the depths of your homes.”
As-Sahab Media Foundation of al-Qaeda published the inaugural issue of its new magazine, "One Ummah," featuring an introduction by Ayman al-Zawahiri.
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.
Citing media reports on a stampede at a vigil for slain rapper Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles, a jihadist hinted at a means of causing casualties in America.
A newly-formed Islamic State (IS)-aligned group threatened New York City and vowed vengeance for the victims of Baghuz, Syria.
In commenting on Muslims concerned about their brethren in Baghuz, Syria, and elsewhere, an al-Qaeda (AQ) ideologue incited them to act, suggesting arson and strikes on transportation and power plans in America.
Highlighting the human, financial, and material devastation caused by the California wildfires, a prominent Islamic State (IS)-aligned group promoted arson as a means by which lone wolves can avenge coalition airstrikes in Syria.
Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, the spokesman for the Islamic State (IS), disputed the U.S. declaration of victory over the group and condemned the shootings at the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The spokesman for al-Qaeda's (AQ) Somalia branch, the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, condemned U.S. President Donald Trump at a press conference he held on the shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, arguing that his rhetoric and that of other "Crusader" leaders make them "the real criminals behind this crime".
An al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned publishing unit issued a message from a group ideologue demanding Muslims retaliate for the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, and suggested economic interests and military sites.
On a poster depicting an armed fighter overlooking New York City, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group gave a warning to "worshipers of the cross".
In light of the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) arrest of Kim Anh Vo, a Georgia woman accused of working with various Islamic State (IS)-linked hacking groups, the following SITE Intelligence Group report details Vo’s online activities.
The Afghan Taliban slammed the latest human rights report issued by the U.S. State Department, deeming it hypocritical.
The Jordan Cove LNG Project and Pacific Connector Pipeline was targeted by far-left extremists in Oregon.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group published a poster calling for lone-wolf attacks in New York City.
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.