An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporting Indonesian Instagram account posted a photo and video of the bombings targeting churches and hotels in Sri Lanka with a message stating “the Bloody days in your church has begun.”
An Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group released a poster threatening Christians stating “there is no prohibition to kill you.”
An alleged Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)-linked Filipino Facebook account shares updates from the field, posting photographs of fighters and weaponry being assembled, as well as disseminating Islamic State (IS/ISIS) propaganda.
Amidst the ongoing elections in Indonesian, an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group warns Muslims not to participate.
An alleged Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) Filipino-language Facebook account regularly posts battle updates, including images and videos, from Pamalian, Mindanao.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters discussed targeting polling stations with rifles, suicide bombs, and Molotov cocktails in a Telegram group the day before Indonesia’s April 17, 2019, general elections.
A video shared by an alleged Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFF) member on Facebook depicts militants in a clash with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in Maguindanao.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked groups and channels called for attacks on Buddhists in Myanmar in retaliation for the country’s treatment of Muslim Rohingya.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram groups and channels disseminated a poster depicting the destruction of the National Monument in Jakarta only two days before Indonesia's general elections.
A Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) Filipino user on Facebook regularly shares anti-Philippines Army sentiments, and hinted that women will “fight against the kuffar.”
A napalm bomb instruction manual was widely circulated on Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channels.
A Filipino Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporter justified executions, posting a gruesome photo of Canadian national, Robert Hall, who was beheaded by Abu Sayyaf in 2016.
A Maguindanaoan-language Facebook profile of an alleged Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFF) member posted photos and videos of clashes in Maguindanao, the Philippines.
Members of an Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked WhatsApp group discussed “martyrdom” and “stopping” the upcoming Indonesian general elections.
A Tagalog-language video of a Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFF) supporter uploaded to Facebook incited against the Philippines government and urged to continue jihad in Maguindanao.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) aligned Indonesian media group continues to disseminate IS media and publish its magazine on social media platforms Blogger and Instagram.
Posts about a military operation in Maguindanao, the Philippines continue to be circulated on Facebook with incitements against the Filipino soldiers threatening “IEDs are already waiting for them.”
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters disseminated messages on Telegram, Facebook, and WhatsApp advising members to remove accounts and phone numbers of recently arrested IS supporters, with the wife of a detained suspect directed to destroy evidence.
A video, allegedly of Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in Lanao Del Sur firing at an unknown target, was uploaded and widely shared on Facebook.
Facebook accounts of Bangsamoro Islamic Front (BIFF) supporters shared photos documenting the movements of military operations in Maguindanao, the Philippines, giving fighters warning of where the soldiers are heading.
In retaliation for an alleged burglary at a Queensland mosque, Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters on Facebook incited against Australia citing the 2002 Bali bombings.