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.
In promotion of the claim by the Islamic State (IS) for the Sri Lanka attacks, IS-linked groups and jihadi supporters have published posters, infographics, and a video, each celebrating the coordinated bombings, and one warning other countries, in particular, the United Kingdom and the whole of Europe.
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.
With bravado and confidence now that the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, group supporters celebrated the news, distributing the 'Amaq report and communique on social media with cries of "Allahu Akbar," and threatening attacks to come.
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) supporter gave pictures of three of the alleged "commandos" involved in the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group released a video inciting lone-wolf jihadists to burn churches in France and the West.
As news broke of bombings in churches and hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, Islamic State (IS) supporters portrayed the attack as revenge for strikes on mosques and Muslims in general.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned media group threatened the Eiffel Tower in Paris stating “you will be buried.”
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group portrayed the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, as divine punishment for Baghuz and warned of more to come.
A French Hurras al-Deen fighter, who has been in Syria for 5 years, urged in an interview for French-speaking Muslims to join the jihad, overthrow disbelievers, and restore the Islamic Caliphate.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned media group released a graphic depicting Notre Dame Cathedral in flames threatening “wait for the next.”
On a poster using the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group threatened attacks.
A Syria-based military instructor group released a video compiling old and new footage featuring the training of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham’s (HTS) elite forces.
Jihadists reveled in the fire engulfing the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, sharing media photos of the flames and billowing smoke, and comments expressing their joy.
A Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS)-aligned Chechen group published two further videos in its series featuring fighters participating in military training.
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.”
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group called on lone wolves to mount attacks in Spain during "Semana Santa," or Holy Week.
Taking on the role formerly performed by the Islamic State's (IS) al-Hayat Media Center in providing a video infographic on weekly military statistics, an IS-aligned group used the data provided in Naba 177 to craft its own version.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned media groups published posters inciting for lone-wolf attacks in non-Muslim countries as part of the “Revenge Invasion for the Blessed al-Sham” campaign.
The foreign fighter-centric Muhajireen Foundation, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group, published a biography of an alleged Canadian media activist in the IS.