Highlighting the claim from the Islamic State (IS) for the vehicular and knife attack in Melbourne, Australia, and seeking to cast fear, an IS-linked group questioned: "What Will Be Next".
The Islamic State (IS)-linked al-Abd al-Faqir Media Foundation published the second issue of its Shabaab al-Khilafah (Youth of the Caliphate) magazine, featuring in it a collection of incitement posters designed by it and various media units.
Jihadists were quick to seize upon the claim from the Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency for the attack in Melbourne, Australia, promoting threatening propaganda.
On a poster depicting London and a devastated city, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group warned that fighters are "coming".
The Islamic State (IS)-linked al-Battar Media Foundation published an article on the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in which the author found God simultaneously "humiliating" the Saudis and punishing the Washington Post journalist.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group warned of Christmas attacks, depicting a strike by fighters on the National and University Library in Strasbourg, France.
Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed tips from an aligned group for promoting IS propaganda efficiently and securely.
A foreign fighter-centric Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published a biography of an alleged Canadian who it claimed is behind the January 2015 hacking of the Twitter account of U.S. CENTCOM.
Banks and financial institutions were urged as “primary targets” by ISIS supporters promoting ISIS’ official rulings on “economic war” and theft to finance jihad.
As a means of inspiring support and recruiting Indonesians for the Islamic State (IS), IS-linked accounts on Facebook have been using “role-models” for incitement to jihad.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group suggested the use of explosives on airplanes and hidden in targeted vehicles to strike the enemy.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group used the celebration of Halloween to instill fear of attacks and their horror.
Threatening Americans with “flame and sharp knives,” an Islamic State (IS) -linked media group distributed an English-language graphic depicting urban warfare.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) media groups warned America, France, and Italy of attacks, depicting, for example, the IS flag in Venice and the Eiffel Tower collapsed in Paris.
In its second poster in what it dubbed a campaign, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group depicted the assassination of Pope Francis.
Pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) jihadists launch a Syria-focused magazine called "Al-Falah," and in its inaugural issue, explored how the Syrian Jihad will change once U.S. President Donald Trump leaves office, and what the "fifth generation" of al-Qaeda entails, and provided personal technical security.
An Islamic State (IS) linked group published a recruitment poster for Muslims in the Poso region, featuring Mujahideen Indonesia Timur (MIT) commander Abu Kalora.
Again using a stock image of a concert, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group warned of attacks on such venues and used incitement from IS spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group published a biography of an alleged American from Michigan who served as an IS cameraman in its battles in Syria.
Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed a message inciting for "martyrdom" through lone-wolf attacks in the West and giving ideas.
A message attributed to a Filipino Islamic State (IS) operative who reported on events in Marawi in the past, declared that fighting in the Philippines is not over, and threatened revenge against America, Australia, Israel, and China.