The jihadi media group al-Fursan published a biography of David Drugeon (AKA Abu Hamza al-Jaza’iri, Salman al-Faransi), a French al-Qaeda (AQ) explosives expert killed in an airstrike in Aleppo, Syria, in July 2015.
Users on a pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram chat group discussed the prospect of exploiting Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) programs as means of migrating to IS territories.
A pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) media group specialized in French translations of media from AQ and its branches in Mali, North Africa, Somalia, and Yemen announced its establishment.
Emboldened by the Islamic State (IS)-claimed attacks in Spain, an IS supporter gave a second message to Spanish citizens, calling the operation in Barcelona and Cambrils a “simple warning” and threatening actions to come.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter using the name “Muhajir Cordoba” addressed a message to Spanish citizens, warning them to pressure their government to withdraw from the U.S.-led coalition and release Muslim prisoners, or face more attacks.
After the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the recent attacks in Spain and Russia, a pro-IS Telegram channel suggested Italy as its next target.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel urged lone-wolf jihadists to draw a lesson from the August 17, 2017, Barcelona attack and strikes tourists hubs.
Islamic State (IS) supporting media group pushed a campaign promoting fighters in East Asia, particularly those in the city of Marawi in the Philippines.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency called on group supporters to carry out vehicular attacks in the wake of the IS-claimed operation in Barcelona, Spain.
Prior to and after the Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported the group’s responsibility for the August 17, 2017 Barcelona attack, IS supporters analyzed the operation and called on jihadists in the West to execute additional strikes.
Expecting the perpetrators of the August 17, 2017, Barcelona attack to be Islamic State (IS) affiliated, group supporters are celebrating and promoting past threats to Spain.
Responding to a statement from a pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) media group accusing Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansour, a former Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement commander, of colluding with the enemy prior to surrendering, a Shabaab deserter challenged its account of events and equated the AQ group to the Islamic State (IS) in terms of extremism.
A jihadist encouraged Islamic State (IS) supporters in Europe to acquire handguns and carry out attacks.
Al-Hijrah Media, a pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) English-language group, presented what it described as “exclusive details” on former Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement commander Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansour surrendering to the Somali government.
Abdurrahman bin Abdillah, an individual who deserted the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement due to what he described as its criminality and oppression, commented on Shabaab commander Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansur surrendering to the Somali government.
The pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) English media group “Al-Hijrah” published the eighth issue of its bulletin, quoting from Jordanian double agent Humam al-Balawi (AKA Abu Dujana al-Khorasani) inciting for participation in jihad.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel suggested attacks on Myanmar’s embassies in Egypt, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey, and a boat trip in the United Kingdom convened by the Nationalities of the Union of Myanmar Association (NUMAUK).
A jihadist suggested that fighters booby-trap the corpses of killed enemy soldiers to inflict additional casualties in the opposing ranks.
The pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) English media group “Al-Hijrah” published issues six and seven of its bulletin, quoting from AQ leaders on the sanctity of Muslim blood and pledging to Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Abdurrahman bin Abdillah, an individual who deserted the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement due to what he described as its criminality and oppression, remarked on the group’s attack on former deputy leader Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansur and his loyalists.