Foreign fighters launched a Bitcoin fundraising campaign to equip front lines and support fighters’ families in Syria.
White Supremacists celebrated a National Socialist Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) rally that took place in the Swedish capital of Stockholm, which was met by a counter-protest of leftist activists.
An international network suspected of financing over $2.4 million to al-Qaeda’s (AQ) former Syrian affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra was reportedly dismantled by Italian authorities.
Supporters in Africa and Europe of the Syria-based Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) shared photos of their handwritten notes promoting the group, most overlooking sites in their respective countries.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Raqqah Province in Syria identified a Swedish boy as a slain media operative.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel called on lone-wolf jihadists to take revenge for U.S.-led coalition airstrikes on markets in Raqqah and attack American and European shopping centers and New York public pools.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 11 “PKK apostates” in a suicide bombing by a Swedish fighter south of Raqqah.
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.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video featuring a European fighter condemning Western society and urging Muslims there to immigrate to Islamic countries to freely practice their religion.
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.
The Sahara division of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) released a third proof-of-life video of Swiss hostage Beatrice Stockly, wherein she greets her family and thanks the Swiss government for their efforts.
A Syria-focused Telegram channel requested evidence to clear two Swedish Muslims suspected of attempting to join the Islamic State (IS), following their January 2016 arrest in Greece.
The Afghan Taliban condemned what it called a "US-led troops raid" on a Swedish NGO-run hospital in Wardak province, and described the enemy as "sadist".
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghrab (AQIM) released a proof-of-life video of two hostages, Stephen McGowan of South Africa and Johan Gustofsson of Sweden, and indicated that they will continue to hold them prisoner until their demands are met.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghrab (AQIM) announced a forthcoming video featuring hostages Stephen McGowan of South Africa and Johan Gustofsson of Sweden.
An alleged fighter with the Islamic State (IS) eulogized a “young” Algerian-Swedish IS fighter.
The Sahara branch of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) released a video of a conversation with two hostages, Stephen McGowan of South Africa and Johan Gustofsson of Sweden, and an English-speaking fighter about France and Mali allegedly impeding negotiations for their release.
Rabitat al-Ansar, a pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadi media group, leaked alleged emails and phone numbers of 400 Americans, Canadians, and others from the East and West, claiming that they are part of a larger data set obtained by its hacking team.
A jihadist gave the purported home addresses of “wanted” individuals in Sweden including Swedish diplomat Rolf Ekéus, cartoonist Lars Vilks, and female activist Aliaa Elmahdy, and noted that Sweden is participating in the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State (IS).
Following the December 9, 2014 Pirate Bay raid in Sweden, which targeted one of the widely known sources for torrent files, hackers have responded by releasing 38 government email credentials of 6 distinctive countries.
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