Jaish al-Islam released an infographic reporting killing over 240 pro-regime militia forces during battles in Eastern Ghouta in January.
The Sahara division of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed destroying a Malian army vehicle between Timbuktu and Goundam.
Sinai Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for a rocket attack on the Israeli city of Eilat.
The Afghan Taliban asserted its innocence for the attack on Red Cross aid workers in Jowzjan province in northern Afghanistan, and declared that it will find and punish the “criminals” who perpetrated it.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed an immersive raid against a “militia official” and accompanying bodyguards at a hotel in Bosaso.
Salah al-Din Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing nearly 30 Iraqi soldiers in a three-man suicide raid on a base of the 9th Brigade, north of Samarra.
Khorasan Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the suicide bombing outside the Supreme Court in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and identified the perpetrator as Tajik.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that fighters from the group are responsible for the attack at a hotel in Bosaso, a city in the Puntland region in northeastern Somalia.
The Islamic State (IS) published photo reports of four attacks on Iraqi forces and militiamen and a communications tower with weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in Ninawa and Salah al-Din.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda's (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed over 20 military operations in 21 days targeting American, Somali, and Kenyan forces, including two large scale attacks and capturing areas within Somalia.
A jihadist authored a booklet on al-Qaeda (AQ) “draining” America to the point of losing its global hegemony, and remarking that in the current phase, U.S. President Donald Trump is racially dividing the country and isolating it more from its European and Arab allies.
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed credit for the suicide bombing at Police Station Mandan in Bannu, and declared the operation to be the first after its recent merger with fighters from the Mehsud division.
On February 6, 2017, pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Yaqeen Media Foundation released an infographic pertaining to the damage and casualties caused by IS’ newly developed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) capabilities.
The jihadist who previously produced a weather forecast video for “provinces” of the Islamic State (IS) as his way to serve the group’s self-proclaimed Caliphate, updated the format of that production, and also debuted a news roundup video based on the group’s propaganda videos.
Within 20 days, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed carrying out 23 attacks targeting Houthis and Security Belt Forces (SBF) in Yemen’s Abyan, al-Bayda’, and Ibb governorates, including killing one SBF commander in Abyan and two Houthi commanders in Ibb.
An IS UAV drops a shell on an enemy target below
A jihadist analyzed the recent development in which the Islamic State (IS) is increasingly using explosives-equipped unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in its operations in Iraq and Syria, and the threat this weapon poses to the group’s enemies.
Al-Qaeda’s (AQ) as-Sahab Media Foundation published a guide authored by Saif al-‘Adl on kidnapping.
The Islamic State (IS) released the sixth issue of its monthly magazine Rumiyah, featuring translations of material that originally appeared in prior editions of its Arabic newspaper, al-Naba, and deriding the Turkish-proposed safe zone in Syria.
Al-Jazeera Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq published photos of an explosives-equipped unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) dropping shells on Popular Mobilization targets near Tal Afar, as ‘Amaq News Agency reported the fifth instance of this aircraft being used to strike enemy positions.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) leader Abu Huraira al-Sana’ani (AKA Qassim al-Rimi) released an audio speech condemning the raid by U.S. Special Forces in Qifa, and stating that it exposed the “ugly face” of America, while the defense mounted by fighters “slapped” U.S. President Donald Trump.