Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed killing and wounding at least six Algerian soldiers in Tébessa province.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda’s (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed killing Kenyan, Somali, and Djiboutian forces in nine attacks in northeastern Kenya and various regions in Somalia, including Mogadishu.
The Afghan Taliban claimed inflicting deaths and wounds among four U.S. troops in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, and firing rockets at a headquarters of the NATO-led Operation Resolute Support in Kabul.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadists distributed a poster inciting lone-wolf attacks in the West and promoting recent IS-claimed attacks in London and Melbourne, and attacks elsewhere.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released two videos respectively showing a bombing of a Houthi truck and storming of a Houthi military position in Yemen’s al-Bayda’ governorate, and also claimed attacks in the past two days in al-Bayda’ and Ibb.
A fighter in the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda’s (AQ) branch in Somalia, refuted allegations from two former members, a husband and wife, about criminality, injustice, and manipulation exercised by the group.
In its al-Bayan Radio News Bulletin for June 6, 2017, the Islamic State (IS) featured a claim for the shooting attack in Melbourne, Australia that took place yesterday.
The Afghan Taliban reported that it released a total of 73 Afghan security forces and officials it took prisoner in Kandahar, in addition to giving them money.
The Islamic State (IS) reported through its ‘Amaq News Agency that the attacker in the Brighton suburb of Melbourne, Australia, is one of its “soldiers”.
Al-Bayda’ Province, a division of the Islamic State (IS) in Yemen, published a photo report showing a sniper training camp in the country’s Qifa area.
Shahada News Agency, a media unit of al-Qaeda’s branch in Somalia, the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, promoted its attacks inside Kenya over the course of three weeks.
A jihadist urged lone wolves to burn and bomb gas and oil pipelines and wells throughout Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia in revenge for coalition strikes on Islamic State (IS) positions in Mosul and ar-Raqqah.
Prior to any connection being established to the Islamic State (IS) in the hostage-taking incident in the Brighton suburb of Melbourne, Australia, a pro-IS Telegram channel celebrated, boasting that the “operation is but a sample of what’s to come”.
As the situation in the city of Marawi in the Philippines’ Lanao del Sur province continues, with attacks despite a “humanitarian pause,” the Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that close to 10 Philippine soldiers were killed during clashes in Mamasapano in Maguindanao province.
In its al-Bayan Radio news bulletin for June 5, 2017, the Islamic State (IS) featured its claim for the vehicular and stabbing attacks in London, England, two days prior.
A message attributed to Islamic State (IS) fighters in France demanded the French people to pressure their government to end its role in the anti-IS coalition and “oppression of Muslims,” or be held accountable for its actions and be subject to attacks.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency called for additional revenge attacks against Western states involved in the coalition in the wake of the June 3, 2017, London operation.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported the June 3, 2017 vehicular and stabbing attacks in London, England were carried out by fighters of the Islamic State.
The Afghan Taliban reported that two infiltrator fighters in the Afghan police ranks opened fire on policemen in Kandahar city, killing more than 30.
Australian cleric and former Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) official Mostafa Mahamed Farag (AKA Abu Sulayman al-Muhajir) pointed to the June 3, 2017, London Bridge attack and other incidents to decry the Islamic State (IS) and its supporters.