Abu Bakr Shekau, the leader of Jama’at Ahl al-Sunnah Lil Dawa Wal Jihad ("Boko Haram"), insisted in his latest video appearance that he remains the leader of the Islamic State’s (IS) West Africa Province.
Tahrir al-Sham released footage of the suicide bombing carried out on the Syrian regime forces near the bridge of Me’erdes in the northern countryside of Hama, as part of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds.”
Tahrir al-Sham released the videos of the two suicide bombers that hit Soran, Hama, as part of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds,” and listed the “liberated” areas in the region.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that 1,800 residents of the city of Mosul fell victim to “continuous American-Iraqi massacres,” and in a video, featured footage of the devastation.
Tahrir al-Sham released a video glorifying the organization’s “Elite Forces” team, showing fighters in training with focus on close combat, firearms, and tactical exercises.
On the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, Abu Jaber Hashem al-Sheikh, the general leader of Tahrir al-Sham Organization addressed the Syrian people, rebel fighters, the independent media and news agencies, and Islamic scholars to help protect and defend the cause of the revolution, and promised to intensify the operations and pressure on the Syrian regime.
The Islamic State (IS) revealed its launch of “Al-Bayan Channel,” a television channel across which it broadcasts programming for people in its held-territories, in a video focusing on two foreign fighters and their children and upbringing in Syria’s ar-Raqqah governorate.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Ninawa Province in Iraq released a video featuring a doctor, a child, and a disabled fighter as suicide bombers, as well as footage of weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) strikes.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) released an audio speech from its leader, Abu Musab Abdul Wadud, congratulating its Mali-based subsidiaries and others for merging into one group, Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen.
Jama’at Ahl al-Sunnah Lil Dawa Wal Jihad, or what is known as “Boko Haram,” released a video of executing three spies, two by gunshot and one by beheading.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Yaqeen Media Foundation released a “3D infographic” on enemy losses in terms of lives and vehicles during the battle in the Syrian city of al-Bab.
The Islamic State (IS) affiliate Furat Media released a posthumous video of a Bengali suicide bomber calling on his Muslim countrymen to immigrate for jihad or carry out lone-wolf attacks in Bangladesh.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released an audio speech from its leader, Qassim al-Rimi (AKA Abu Huraira al-Sana’ani), offering a eulogy for the “Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdul Rahman, and revealing that the group had sought his release in a prison swap for American hostage Luke Somers.
Badr at-Tawhid, the media arm of the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU), released a video of an operation carried out by the IJU with the cooperation of the Afghan Taliban against Afghan soldiers in the Eastern Province of Afghanistan.
A second pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadist launched a Telegram channel dedicated to disseminating videos in the style of the video game Grand Theft Auto Five (GTA5), releasing the first one showing fighters carrying out weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) attacks.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel distributing videos in the style of the video game Grand Theft Auto Five (GTA5), released a production reenacting the IS’ weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) attacks.
Three jihadi factions in Mali, Ansar Dine and the Sahara and Murabitoon branches of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), announced their merger and their pledge of allegiance to al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Badr at-Tawhid, the media arm of the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU), released a video showing IJU fighters attacking Afghan forces in the Badakhshan Province, north east of Afghanistan.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ’Amaq News Agency released a video showing an attack with a weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on a vehicle within what it called the Russian “mission” in western Deir al-Zour, Syria.
Tahrir al-Sham introduced Abu Muhammad al-Julani, formerly the leader of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, as the group’s General Military Commander in a video statement regarding the recent suicide bombing on the State and Military Security branches in Homs.