The General Forces Committee of Jaish al-Islam released an infographic reporting on the outcome of the battles involving the group in Eastern Ghouta during the second half of 2016.
The Islamic State (IS) explored the New Year’s Eve attack in Istanbul, Turkey, from the perspective of religious permissibility in the 63rd issue of its al-Naba newspaper, and also provided details on the January 9, 2017, raid on an Egyptian police checkpoint in Arish.
The Afghan Taliban claimed bringing in 6,773 defectors from the Afghan government in 2016.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel called for fellow supporters to invest more efforts outside of the platform.
A statement from the "Groups of the Martyr Baha Alyan" claimed credit for the vehicular attack in Jerusalem killing four people and wounding 17.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed an attack on a police checkpoint in the Egyptian city of Arish.
The al-Murabitoon Battalion of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed killing and wounding at least five Malian soldiers in a raid on their checkpoint in Ansongo.
West Africa Province, the Nigeria-based division of the Islamic State (IS) which is comprised of former "Boko Haram" fighters, claimed killing 13 African coalition forces in an raid on their position in Borno.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group threatened to behead German hostage Jurgen Kantner if the German government fails to pay the ransom for his release.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation published a message calling for potential attackers to halt their “lame and void excuses” and “not postpone jihad,” making suggestions for how and where to attack.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir Media Foundation published an article criticizing the farewell speech given by U.S. President Barack Obama, and promoted 2017 as the "year of the Islamic State".
Baghdad Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing and wounding nearly 35 Shi’ites in a car bombing, and inflicting an additional number of casualties with six explosive devices in areas in southwestern and central Baghdad.
The Security Division of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) released a list of suggested methods to help fighters avoid drones and aerial attacks, following numerous recent casualties in the group’s ranks resulting from coalition airstrikes.
The editor-in-chief of the al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP)-affiliated al-Masra Newspaper, Jaber Abdul Ghani, answered a series of questions regarding the magazine’s establishment and independence in addition to readers’ participation inquiries.
The Afghan Taliban declared that it has no connection to the bombing in Kandahar in which five diplomats from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were killed.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed killing a Security Belt Forces (SBF) commander and a number of his guards in a car bombing in Yemen's Abyan governorate.
Baghdad Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed two car bombings, one at Kindi Medical College and the other at Dijlah University, in the east and south of the capital, respectively.
Pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) fighters in Syria released the fourth issue of “Al Risalah,” an English-language magazine, focusing on various groups and components of the global jihadist movement.
A jihadist provided instructions to women whose husbands have been arrested on suspicion for supporting or belonging to the Islamic State (IS) in order to assert their innocence.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing and wounding over 70 “gunmen” in a twin suicide bombing in the capital, Kabul, targeting a mini bus carrying National Directorate of Security (NDS) workers, and Afghan forces.