An Islamic State (IS)-linked group suggested attacks using fire as a weapon in a set of posters.
A nascent Islamic State (IS)-aligned French group incited supporters to mount attacks and portrayed the French austerity measures leading in part to the "Yellow Vest" protests as the "consequences of war".
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group suggested that lone wolves in the West innovate and use unprecedented attacks against "disbelievers".
The media unit behind Risalah newsletter, a publication featuring articles by fighters from "Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir (ISJK)," transformed it into a full magazine in the style of the IS' Rumiyah, and pledged that it will "act as a medium of communication between the soldiers of the Khilafah and the common masses".
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.
Members of an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked group on WhatsApp engaged in a discussion urging each another to carry out attacks and to participate in Jihad, urging for attacks on prisons in particular, as well as condoning the use of children in combat.
Iyad Nazmi Salih Khalil (AKA Iyad al-Tubaysi, Abu Julaybib al-Urduni), a Syria-based al-Qaeda (AQ)-affiliated militant official, was reportedly killed.
An alleged group in Saudi Arabia threatened locations for "Crusader" celebrations and warned Muslims not to approach them.
Three Islamic State (IS)-linked groups released a joint video inciting lone wolves in the West to carry out arson attacks and portraying the U.S. troop pullout from Syria as American defeat.
Posters displaying threats for attacks in the West and incitement for lone wolves have escalated as Christmas and New Year's Eve approach, with a dozen in a three-day period.
Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed a call to kill the families of French soldiers.
Islamic State (IS) supporters, as individuals and as groups, published a plethora of threats to raise fear among Westerners and incite lone wolves to strike as Christmas and New Year's Eve festivities draw close.
The Twitter user who posted the video of the purported murderers of the two Scandinavian women in Morocco, also identified the English-speaking fighter who appeared at the end of the Islamic State's (IS) "Flames of War 2" video.
Using cartoons and booklets, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned French group promoted jihad and suggested an attack on the National Assembly.
An activist website shared news concerning a bombing that targeted a “Far-Right” television station in the capital city of Athens, Greece.
Islamic State (IS)-aligned groups warned of attacks during the holiday season, using Christmas symbols such as Santa Claus on their posters, and showing fighters on two streets in England.
In the seventh issue of "Risalah" newsletter, a periodical from the self-described "Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir" (ISJK), an article attributed to a Kashmiri fighter urged fellow countrymen in the local security forces to "repent" and carry out inside attacks, or await "hellfire".
An Islamic State (IS) supporter depicted Pope Francis as a group captive in a poster dismissing claims that the IS has been destroyed.
Users on an Islamic State (IS)-linked Indonesian-language Telegram channel incited for lone-wolf attacks in the country in the month of December.
An article attributed to an Indian member of Islamic State Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK), and the first to be provided in English as well as Urdu in the "Risalah" newsletter, promotes allegiance to the IS despite its detractors.