A video from Abu Sayyaf threatening to behead three hostages captured off the coast of Malaysia was disseminated by a Facebook account.
Recruitment messages attributed to an Islamic State (IS/ISIS) Indonesian preacher calling for fighters and suicide bombers have been shared widely across social media platforms.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channel shared account safety and security tips on social media sites for those participating in “cyber jihad.”
A photo of five Indonesians from Sumatra Island who had joined a militant group in Sulu, Philippines, was widely announced on Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channels and Facebook.
A video and photo from a meeting of the Global Coalition Against Daesh accompanied an IS-linked Indonesian-language message inciting against cooperating with non-believers, warning “destruction and great disaster will come.”
A social media campaign by an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group distributing lectures from an IS cleric sentenced to death for inciting terror attacks disseminated prolifically by IS supporters.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Tausug-speaking Filipino users on Facebook incited for attacks in the country, posting calls for supporters “kill all the soldiers of Duterte.”
Indonesian translations of al-Qaeda (AQ) Jihadi religious texts, with a forward written by a Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)-linked individual, have been disseminated on Telegram.
Two Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters discussed traveling to Xinjiang, China, to fight against the government in retaliation for Chinese treatment of Uighur Muslims.
A prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian group disseminated a tutorial for a variety of initiators using simple household tools and supplies.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian group threatened Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte for the second time in a week in a poster inciting for lone-wolf attacks in East Asia.
Prompted by a Malay-language incitement and photos of armed jihadis posted on Facebook by an Islamic State (IS/ISIS) account, southeast Asia IS supporters urged Malaysians to fight the Thai government.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) users on WhatsApp called upon group supporters to recruit others to spread jihadi propaganda and prepare for combat as the elections in Indonesia approach.
A message aimed at recruiting fighters to join Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT) described and romanticized the day-to-day lives and the “love story” between fighters and the group.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked groups targeted upcoming Indonesian elections, calling for IS media to be disseminated on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well as inciting for attacks.
Following the recent deletion of an IS-affiliated VK account belonging to a prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS) Indonesian-speaking supporter, a new account was created in order to continue distributing IS media on the Russian social media platform.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked supporter has been using LinkedIn accounts to disseminate IS videos, including gruesome execution footage.
As Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked channels on Telegram continue to urge members to publish media on VK, the following report reviews one of these networks illustrating how IS supporters gain a foothold on the Russian media platform.
A message from Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT) incited supporters to carry out attacks and disseminate material online, calling for the activation of “sleeper cells” in Indonesia.
Filipino Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters on Facebook lauded a dual suicide bombing at a church in Jolo, Philippines claimed by the group, posting photos of the devastation with celebratory commentary with some stating the killing “not enough.”
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian group distributed a graphic threatening Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, featuring him as an IS captive.