Shortly after Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed posters suggesting IS-inspired individuals are behind the strawberry scare in Australia, an IS-linked group released its own images raising the specter of such a threat.
In a series of posters, Islamic State (IS) supporters suggested that group-inspired individuals are behind the strawberry scare in Australia.
A Yemen-focused pro-Islamic State (IS) group accused al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) fighters of risking civilian lives in battling the IS and causing the death of a young girl.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group portrayed U.S. President Donald Trump shot in the head, in a poster claiming that fighters will ultimately conquer America.
Depicting U.S. President Donald Trump assassinated, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group echoed the threat of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi of more attacks and violent conflict to come.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group referred to Adolf Hitler and World War II in challenging the United States to defeat the IS.
An al-Qaeda (AQ) supporter distributed a message explaining why the United States is a higher priority target than other Western forces, focusing on its economy and military and technological abilities.
On their respective channels, al-Qaeda (AQ) and Islamic State (IS) supporters celebrated the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with posters remembering the event and threats of similar operations to come.
Al-Tazkirah Media, a mouthpiece for "Islamic State Jammu and Kashmir" (ISJK), said that the militant killed by unidentified gunmen in Srinagar on September 8, 2018, was the ISJK leader, and tempered the charge of responsibility against Hizb-ul-Mujahideen.
A prominent Islamic State (IS) supporting media group spun the recent video from al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) on espionage to reflect its askew priority in entering into physical conflict with the IS.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Kashmiri jihadists vowed revenge against Hizb-ul-Mujahideen on charges of perpetrating the murder of an IS-affiliated fighter in Srinagar.
Kashmir-focused Islamic State (IS) supporters promoted Jammu and Kashmir as an alternative jihadi battlefield for those Muslims who wish to travel to Afghanistan or Afghanistan to fight but are unable.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group identified the leaders of America, Iran, and Russia and their respective people as targets for attack.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Jundul Khilafah Kashmir, a self-professed part of the IS' Khorasan Province, linked the Kashmir Jihad to the "worldwide campaign" and called its battlefield an "integral part of the war on kufr [disbelief]".
After threatening Telegram founder Pavel Durov over the suspension of accounts and channels, a pro-Islamic State (IS) group warned Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for the same.
Using an open-source wallpaper image displaying a devastated city on fire, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group promoted and incited for attacks.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group depicted U.S. President Donald Trump beheaded along with the word "soon".
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for a slain Canadian-Pakistani IS member it identified as "Abu al-Zubayr al-Kanadi".
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group stressed the importance of financial jihad in a poster encouraging donations.
The Mali-based al-Qaeda (AQ) branch, Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (NIM), reportedly claimed credit for an ambush on Malian soldiers and burning a MINUSMA fuel tanker.