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.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channels called for attacks on a Dutch blogger and a counterterrorism researcher.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel urged lone wolves to attack Stadion Galgenwaard in Utrecht, Netherlands, during the England-Scotland match during the Women’s Euro 2017 football tournament.
Jihadists released the second issue of Haqiqa magazine, focusing on Muslim imprisonment and migration to Syria.
An alleged Dutch Islamic State (IS) fighter shared on social media his receipt of a “suicide belt,” declaring his desire for “the opportunity to sacrifice [himself]...to kill the kuffars [disbelievers].”
Jihadists introduced the first issue of “Al-Haqiqa,” a Syria-focused magazine composed of previously released content from pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) media groups.
A Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) member disputed “rumours” of a split within the group between “progressives” and al-Qaeda (AQ) supporters.
A jihadist Telegram channel requested assistance from German, Spanish, French, Dutch, and other language translators for outreach material.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Twitter account called for attacks on the Netherlands and United Arab Emirates (UAE) government buildings.
Aden-Abyan Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Yemen released a video showing the brutal execution of three Houthis, one by having his head bashed with a heavy rock while bound, and featuring several suicide bombers, including a Dutch fighter.
A fighter with the Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate group, claimed new and coming pledges to the group in Aleppo and Hama, and claimed that a “new offensive” would soon begin.
The Aden-Abyan provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) in Yemen claimed a suicide bombing at the presidential palace in Aden.
Alleged fighters in Syria, one of whom affiliated with the Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria, discussed a shift in battle tactics regarding combat and weapon use.
A Dutch Islamic State (IS) fighter and former Dutch soldier called for Muslims in other national military forces to fight for IS.
Al-Ribat Foundation, a media unit that published a recent statement from the Mali-based jihadi group al-Murabitoon, released an audio speech from an Egyptian fighter inciting his colleagues to carry out suicide attacks on French and Dutch forces.
A prominent Dutch fighter with the Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s (AQ) Syrian affiliate group, was announced dead by users on Twitter.
A Dutch fighter in al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria, the Nusra Front, gave an account of an attack on the U.S.-backed “Division 30” in northern Aleppo, and expressed that “fighting these slaves of US is sweeter then fighting the nusayriya [Syrian regime elements]”.
“Al Muhajirun,” a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video promoting the role of immigrants in jihad in Syria and working with Syrian civilians, and calling on Muslims from all over the world to join them.
A prominent Dutch Islamic State (IS) fighter indicated there to be strict rules regarding information shared on social media compared to other groups, and also listed groups he claimed to have fought with prior to joining IS.