Calling for the unification of “all Muslims in the world,” users in an IS Indonesian WhatsApp chatgroup incited jihadists to travel to China to fight against the government.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked supporters shared a threat calling jihadists to target embassies, consulates, and concerts at the New Year.
A German pro-Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) channel published a graphic inciting Muslims living under “Kuffar” [disbelievers] to immigrate.
A message attributed to a Filipino Islamic State (IS) operative who reported on events in Marawi in the past, declared that fighting in the Philippines is not over, and threatened revenge against America, Australia, Israel, and China.
Malhama Tactical, a Syria-based militant training group with close ties to Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), announced the completion of a new training camp and that the group will begin training there within the next few days.
Abu Dher Azzam, a Burmese religious scholar who previously served as a mufti in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), released an audio speech for Eid al-Fitr promoting the cause of Uyghur Muslims in China while urging Muslims in general to boycott Chinese goods and fighters in particular to attack Chinese interests.
The Afghan Taliban disputed reports that the Afghan National Army (ANA) killed two Chinese militants in Badakhshan, a province that shares a border with China, and stressed that it does not have foreign fighters in its ranks.
Abu Dher Azzam (AKA Abu Dher al-Barmi), a Burmese religious scholar who previously served as a mufti in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), called upon immigrants to avoid the infighting between Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and Jabhat Tahrir Suriya (JTS), stating, “Our war is against the Russians, Chinese and Americans.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) media group posted two photos, one of a a street in Shanghai, China, and the other of Rostov Arena in Russia, and urged lone-wolf jihadists to attack them.
A Long Island woman was charged with transferring over $85,000 overseas to support the Islamic State (IS), after defrauding financial institutions, and purchasing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to avoid detection.
Furat Province, a division of the Islamic State (IS) in western Iraq near the Syrian border, released a video featuring Uyghur members of its anti-aircraft units, and a Uyghur fighter asking his brethren in Iraq and Syria to leave opposition factions and embrace the group.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video from its Khayr Province (Deir al-Zour) in Syria focusing on an elderly fighter brainwashing children to become suicide bombers and inciting Muslims outside the country, namely those in America, China, and Russia, to carry out attacks.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) released an audio speech Abu Obeida Yusuf al-’Annabi, the head of its “Council of Dignitaries,” speaking on the importance of determination and rallying Muslims to take action against all that harms their brethren and fight.
A jihadist promoted jihad in Thailand while demanding that Muslims throughout East Asia including those in Japan, Singapore, and South Korea, rise against their governments and expand the “provinces” of the Islamic State (IS).
Fursan al-Sham, a jihadi media outlet operated by foreign fighters in Syria, published a story tracing the journey of Uyghur fighters from China to Syria.
A jihadist Telegram channel requested assistance from German, Spanish, French, Dutch, and other language translators for outreach material.
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri addressed Muslims in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of northwestern China in the ninth episode of his “Islamic Spring” series, promoting their cause and urging them to have patience amidst the “long battle” with the “atheist Chinese occupiers”.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) media group has regularly promoted IS with history and politics-focused posts and graphics on social media.
Abdul Haq, the leader of the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP), rejected the "Caliphate" announced by the Islamic State (IS) and explained the reasons for the downfall of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) in an audio interview.
Al-Hayat Media Center, the foreign language media division of the Islamic State (IS), released a Bengali chant entitled, “Story of a Mujahid”.