In response to the U.S. moving its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) called on Muslims everywhere – especially in Palestine – to in turn make Jerusalem the “capital of jihad.”
The Syria-based Hurras al-Deen (Guards of the Religion), an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned group comprised of at least 13 jihadi factions, incited for jihad in Gaza against the “Zionist occupiers.”
The Gaza-based Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam), a jihadi faction that in the past expressed support for the Islamic State (IS), released the second issue of its magazine, again covering topics ranging from jihad to medical issues.
The Gaza-based Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam), a jihadi faction that in the past expressed support for the Islamic State (IS), released the inaugural issue of its magazine, presenting articles ranging from the importance of training to medical information about cancer.
A purported German charity organization, which publicly endorses prominent Western Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) recruiters convicted on terrorism charges, is soliciting PayPal donations for “Muslim prisoners.”
Hamza bin Laden, a son of former al-Qaeda (AQ) leader Usama bin Laden, explored what he described as the Saudi "betrayal" of the Palestinian cause in the 3rd episode of a series inciting for regime overthrow in the Kingdom.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Tarjuman al-Asawirti for Media Productions responded to the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital declaring that “terrorism is the solution” and inciting for violence in the West.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Sinai Province claimed ambushing a convoy of what it called “apostate Awakenings” close to the Sinai-Gaza border, killing and wounding many and captured war spoils.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released a message for the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks from its chief bombmaker, Ibrahim al-‘Asiri, promising ongoing war against America.
As the second of four advertised releases for the 16th anniversary of 9/11, al-Qaeda’s (AQ) as-Sahab Media Foundation published a letter written in September 2015 from Khalid Sheikh Muhammad to then-U.S. President Barack Obama.
An alleged Islamic State (IS) supporter in Gaza gave a speech in a video threatening “Crusaders” with suicide operations in their homelands.
The al-Tawhid Brigade of the Nasser Salah al-Din Brigades in Gaza released a video documenting its summer camp for children on Islamic principles and awareness of an “intellectual and cultural invasion”.
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.
The pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) English media group “Al-Hijrah” published issues four and five of its bulletin, quoting from AQ leaders on supporting al-Aqsa Mosque and Palestine, and the importance of digging trenches.
Khalid bin Umar Batarfi, an official in al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), urged Muslims to support their Palestinian brethren in regard to the ongoing conflict at al-Aqsa Mosque, and remarked that the situation has reached this point due to the abandon of jihad and Islamic principles.
In messages promoting its cause and focusing on al-Aqsa Mosque, Harakat Sawa'd Misr (Arms of Egypt Movement), or "Hasam," declared that “Jerusalem will not be liberated until Cairo is liberated”.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) incited Palestinian Muslims in a joint statement to attack Jews in response to Israel closing al-Aqsa Mosque.
In an open interview, Australian cleric and former Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) official Mostafa Mahamed Farag (AKA Abu Sulayman al-Muhajir) decried the Islamic State (IS), declaring it a “doomsday cult on steroids” and labeling its leaders “a bunch of crazy men that love death and love killing.”
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released a video of its leader, Qasim al-Rimi (AKA Abu Huraira al-Sana'ani), calling for “eye for an eye” lone-wolf attacks in the West as retaliation for “traged[ies] upon Muslims.”
A jihadist Telegram channel purposed to incite and inform prospective attackers posted explosive-making guides from various sources.