A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel called for fellow supporters to invest more efforts outside of the platform.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation published a message calling for potential attackers to halt their “lame and void excuses” and “not postpone jihad,” making suggestions for how and where to attack.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir Media Foundation published an article criticizing the farewell speech given by U.S. President Barack Obama, and promoted 2017 as the "year of the Islamic State".
A jihadist provided instructions to women whose husbands have been arrested on suspicion for supporting or belonging to the Islamic State (IS) in order to assert their innocence.
A jihadist published the second episode in a cartoon series promoting the Islamic State (IS), presenting it as a bedtime story for children.
A jihadist recommended lone wolves in the “lands of disbelief” to use poison to kill targets, and advised methods for execution and escape.
A pro-al-Qaeda Telegram channel called on lone wolves in the West to take Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the “Underwear Bomber,” as an example and follow his path, and asked users to distribute AQAP’s Inspire magazine using trending hashtags on Twitter.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadist created a game in which a player protects the Ibn al-Atheer maternity and children’s hospital in Mosul from coalition airstrikes.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channels encouraged IS supporters to continue using social media platforms as a means of distributing jihadi material, and not let suspensions deter their activity online.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Battar Media Foundation published an article defending the IS attack on New Year's Eve at the Reina nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey, from the perspective that Muslims at the targeted site were guilty of "disbelief".
A jihadist suggested a method to kill enemy targets in an “easy and simple manner” through booby-trapping their vehicles with an explosive substance.
A German-writing jihadi fighter in Syria advised against women and children entering Syria, insisting that Muslim men either wait for better conditions or leave their families in “Muslim-accepting” countries prior to their migrations.
A pro-al-Qaeda Telegram channel posted a brief manual to prepare a chemical weapon and suggested using it to target the United States.
A charity group which calls itself “Your Sons at Your Service” solicited financial donations to support fighters in Syria and their families, and to “participate in the fight by feeding the front lines that protect the civilian population.”
A jihadist developed an idea for the Islamic State (IS) to spare its “human ammunition” through the use of what he described as “rolling explosive barrels”.
After the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the New Year's Eve attack at the Reina nightclub in Istanbul, the pro-IS Nashir Media Foundation published several posters threatening additional strikes in Turkey.
Continuing its incitement for attacks during the holiday season, the pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir Media Foundation called for and threatened lone-wolf operations during New Year's Eve celebrations in France.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir Media Foundation urged lone wolves in Saudi Arabia to target foreign companies and embassies, and to strike New Year's Eve celebrations.
A jihadist distributed a message giving advice to lone wolves in Saudi Arabia about conducting operations.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir Media Foundation published two messages inciting lone wolves in the West and Europe in particular to turn the holiday season into days of “terror and blood,” and warned Muslims not to participate in Christian celebrations or to avoid their locations.