A Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS)-aligned Chechen group published a two-part video featuring a dozen fighters participating in military training.
Drawing its content from articles, posters, and videos from the past month regarding revenge for the New Zealand shootings and promotion of Islamic State (IS) fighters in Baghuz, Syria, the 7th issue of the IS-linked "Shabaab al-Khilafah" (Youth of the Caliphate) magazine echoes the call for attacks in the West.
The Islamic State (IS)-aligned Bank al-Ansar incited supporters to fight with whatever they have in a statement announcing its launch of a "media invasion brigade".
The Islamic State (IS)-linked al-Battar Media Foundation released a video urging lone wolves around the world to attack churches, and for those in the West in particular to capitalize on demonstrations to mount strikes.
Demanding jihadists take action against "disbelievers," an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned jihadi ideologue advised they take the initiative create opportunities for themselves, suggesting computer networks, financial points, and energy and transportation infrastructure as potential targets.
Citing media reports on a stampede at a vigil for slain rapper Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles, a jihadist hinted at a means of causing casualties in America.
A newly-formed Islamic State (IS)-aligned group threatened New York City and vowed vengeance for the victims of Baghuz, Syria.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked group capitalized on the Canadian decision to withdraw from Mali to incite against other Western nations present in Africa.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group issued a video, designed for mobile phone viewing, warning "infiltrators" using execution footage from a previously released IS video.
After inciting for suicide attacks in the Philippines on Facebook, an alleged Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) member vowed to eliminate all elements associated with secular Islam and infidels in Maguindanao.
The foreign fighter-centric Muhajireen Foundation, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group, published a biography of an alleged German convert and promoted his motivation for jihad and strength of faith relative to "thousands of people who claim to be sheikhs and leaders".
In commenting on Muslims concerned about their brethren in Baghuz, Syria, and elsewhere, an al-Qaeda (AQ) ideologue incited them to act, suggesting arson and strikes on transportation and power plans in America.
A Bahasa message distributed across Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channels and chat groups threatened the 2019 Indonesian general election and an array of other targets, telling Muslims to avoid such places and stating, "Don’t say we didn’t warn you."
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group warned of retaliatory attacks on churches for the shootings at the two mosques in New Zealand.
A collection of pro-Islamic State (IS) groups emerged on the Telegram messaging platform with republications of home-made explosive video tutorials, weapon manuals, and battlefield guides.
After the release of an Islamic State (IS) video from Baghuz featuring a fighter calling on Muslims to avenge the besieged, group supporters echoed his demand in urging for and threatening attacks in the West and elsewhere.
In the wake of the New Zealand massacre, jihadists used a July 2013 cover from the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo to incite Muslims to act, while also suggesting a new attack on the publishers.
Highlighting the human, financial, and material devastation caused by the California wildfires, a prominent Islamic State (IS)-aligned group promoted arson as a means by which lone wolves can avenge coalition airstrikes in Syria.
An al-Qaeda (AQ) ideologue explored what he termed the "Crusader mentality" derived from the writings on the New Zealand shooter's weapon and excerpts from his manifesto.
A long-standing jihadi group collects Snapchat videos from Syria-based users, including fighters, where one described the New Zealand shootings as a watershed for a Muslim awakening.
Without any confirmation that the shooter involved in the tram attack in Utrecht, Netherlands, is Islamic State (IS)-inspired, an aligned group portrayed him as such in a poster glorifying the incident.