A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel addressed a multi-lingual message to Muslims, calling on them to take advantage of weapons guides and manuals and mount attacks to avenge al-Aqsa Mosque and Palestinians.
In the 11th issue of its Rumiyah magazine, the Islamic State (IS) for the first time claimed credit for the June 19, 2017, attack in Paris, France, and the bombing in Brussels, Belgium, the following day, and called to strike Western economies, to kidnap children, and to kill a German national.
The Islamic State (IS) identified a German man as a “martyr” in its ar-Raqqah Province in Syria.
Al-Jazeera Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a grisly video featuring Iranian, Russian, Turkish, and Turkmen children brutally executing prisoners and calling for and threatening attacks in their native lands and the West.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video featuring a European fighter condemning Western society and urging Muslims there to immigrate to Islamic countries to freely practice their religion.
Abdurrahman bin Abdillah, an individual who deserted the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement due to what he described as its criminality and oppression, responded to the refutation of his accusations by the group, charging that the author is deluded and “regurgitating” lies.
The Islamic State (IS) released the ninth issue of Rumiyah Magazine, which contained justification for killing Christians in Egypt and other countries, as well as instructions for performing hostage-taking operations.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel forwarded calls for attacks in Germany, advising how to combat targets and claim responsibility on behalf of IS.
Following a nearly three-month absence, a pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel returned, inciting for attacks in Germany, forwarding IS propaganda, and requesting videos of pledges to IS and lone-wolf operations to be sent through a new, specialized bot.
After the expiration of the ransom deadline, the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group beheading German national Jurgen Kantner and released a video of it.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group gave a final ultimatum on German hostage Jurgen Kantner, releasing a video of his plea and threatening to behead him in twelve days if a ransom is not paid.
Al-Qaeda’s as-Sahab Media Foundation published a posthumous video of Abu Yahya al-Libi giving advice to Muslim women who come to the battlefield, recommending they serve their husbands and family and keep an Islamic household.
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.
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 pro-al-Qaeda Telegram channel called on lone wolves in the West to take Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the “Underwear Bomber,” as an example and follow his path, and asked users to distribute AQAP’s Inspire magazine using trending hashtags on Twitter.
The Islamic State (IS) promoted lone wolves as one-man armies in the 62nd issue of its al-Naba newspaper, and incited Muslims to follow the paths of the Berlin, Nice, and Orlando attackers, and also promoted the New Year's Eve attack in Istanbul.
A French-language media division of the Islamic State (IS) published a graphic inciting supporters to copy the vehicular attack that was carried out the German capital, Berlin.
A jihadist called on Muslims in America and Europe to kill five male and female Bengali authors and bloggers accused of insulting Islam and its sanctities.
After acknowledging the death of Berlin attacker Anis Amri in a shootout with Italian police in Milan, the Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency released a posthumous video of the man pledging to the group and declaring his desire to avenge Muslims slain in airstrikes.
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the executor of the vehicular attack in Berlin, Germany, was killed in a shootout with Italian police in Milan.