An Indonesian language graphic and message continues to incite against the United Nations (UN) in its series condemning the UN and urging for support of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS).
An Islamic State (IS)-linked Indonesian media group depicted the execution of U.S. President Donald Trump on a graphic promoting lone-wolf jihad.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-aligned media group has been posting incitements against western institutions, in particular the UN, with Indonesian-language posters and videos across social media platforms.
Promoting the participation of jihad and martyrdom, a prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian media group urged supporters to participate in jihad as a “shortcut to the Jannah [paradise].”
A prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian media group warned “kuffar” of IS’ growing presence.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) video condemning nationalism and challenging enemy nations and their allies to “bring it on” was translated to Indonesian and shared on Telegram.
A Telegram incites “Lone Mujahid” to pursue attacks by offering advice and instruction on materials and methods of homemade weapons and bombs.
A newly-formed Indonesian-language Facebook profile for an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked news agency has quickly grown an audience on the social media platform.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) video detailing the manufacture, use, and creation of explosive devices (IEDs) was translated to Indonesian and shared on Telegram.
A Southeast Asian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked channel shared a previously-published al-Qaeda (AQ) fatwa instructing women to support jihad, calling them “custodians” of the Ummah.
Hours after Islamic State’s (IS/ISIS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the individual behind a vehicle and stabbing attack in Melbourne, Australia was “from the fighters of the Islamic State,” Indonesian IS-linked media group Generation 5.54 (Gen. 5.54), shared threatening propaganda promoting the attack.
A campaign accompanied by a message and graphic shared on social media incited retaliation against the United States (US) and the NATO Coalition promising “O Kuffar, Wait” was shared throughout social media platforms.
Indonesian-language graphics and messages urge support for Islamic State (IS/ISIS) while condemning the United Nation’s (UN) for dividing Muslims.
Prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian groups translated and shared IS’ latest “Inside the Caliphate” video to Indonesian.
A pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) Indonesian non-profit fundraising for foreign fighters in Syria recently launched a new project in partnership with a purported women’s charity supporting jihad.
Widespread Indonesian-language incitements against the United Nations (UN) have been calling for Muslims to support Islamic State (IS/ISIS) and reject nationalism.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group, amplified by a community of supporters, has been using Pinterest to disseminate IS official media and incitements for attacks in the West, as well as original Indonesian-language content supporting the group.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters discussed the best route to travel to the island of Sulu to join IS.
An Indonesian fatwa, accompanied by a graphic, urged the killing of Jews calling such action a religious commandment and not a terrorist act.
As a means of inspiring support and recruiting Indonesians for the Islamic State (IS), IS-linked accounts on Facebook have been using “role-models” for incitement to jihad.