A pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) media group run by Westerners in Syria reposted a message that it was “urgently” looking for help with media work.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channels called for attacks on a Dutch blogger and a counterterrorism researcher.
The Telegram channel of a Western-oriented jihadi magazine requested that its readers “get involved” and submit questions regarding “the way of life of the brave Mujahideen.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel posted rap-styled lyrics touting the group’s ongoing “victory” and steady expansion across the globe.
Jihadists have spread a recently created Telegram channel purposed to promote various aspects of al-Qaeda (AQ), including its affiliates, leaders, and organizational “aims.”
Jihadists released the second issue of Haqiqa magazine, focusing on Muslim imprisonment and migration to Syria.
In an interview, Australian cleric and former Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) official Mostafa Mahamed (AKA Abu Sulayman al-Muhajir) commented on Turkey, U.S.-Saudi relations, and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) among other topics.
A jihadist Telegram channel requested donations while describing monetary contributions made to “needy Muslim families” and “wives of martyrs” in Syria.
Users on a Telegram French-language jihadist chat group discussed potential migration routes to Raqqa, Syria, suggesting traveling via Jordan.
Users on a Telegram French-language jihadist chat group discussed the prospect of future terrorist attacks, urging “discretion and patience” within the community.
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].”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel made an implied call for lone wolves to carry out attacks in the United Kingdom, providing publicly available information regarding U.K. government bodies and officials.
A French-language jihadist addressed potential migrants to Syria, advising on how to prepare for their journey, including to remain discreet, sell items on Ebay, bring a portable charger, and be wary of online recruiters.
Jihadist on social media criticized France following the April 20, 2017 shooting of police officers on Champs-Élysées, Paris, noting it took place just days before the country’s presidential election, and threatening “what is to come is worse.”
Users on a French-language jihadist chat group called recent terror attacks in Europe “a good start” toward impending “carnage” between Muslims and non-Muslims on the continent, and incited for more.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel made an implicit call to attack various targets in England.
Following the March 22, 2017 vehicular and stabbing attack near the Parliament building in London, Islamic State (IS) supporters celebrated while threatening further attacks.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel suggested alternative packing for improvised explosive devices (IED) using easily-acquired items.
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.