An Islamic State (IS)-aligned news unit advised supporters to be cautious of downloading and opening files from unknown users professing to back the group, warning they may contain spyware.
A Kashmir-focused Islamic State (IS) supporter called on lone wolves to kill Chinese in defense of Islam and Uyghurs.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group used an image of the Los Angeles skyline to threaten attacks in the United States and the West.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter chastised keyboard warriors, those who make threats behind their computers and speak of war without participating in it, urging they act upon their words on social media and physically "punish the Crusaders".
The foreign fighter-centric Muhajideen Foundation, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group, published a biography of an alleged British blogger who worked in the IS' media department.
Showing the ruins of a city, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group warned the U.S. of coming attacks and declared "the meeting is at Rome, O servants of the cross".
In assuring the West that the Islamic State (IS) will remain despite losing its territory, an IS-linked group drew a comparison between the defeat of Adolf Hitler in WW2 and the ongoing battle with the international coalition.VIEW ORIGINAL MATERIAL ON SOURCEFEED
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group disseminated a poster urging lone wolf attacks in Paris, France.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group depicted an artillery strike on the White House, Colosseum, and pyramids in a poster threatening to "demolish thrones".
Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed a tip for breaking the car windows of potential victims of lone-wolf attacks.
The editors of the Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir (ISJK) magazine "Risalah" released Volume 2, Issue 2, featuring an interview with a fighter who deems all supporters to be "lone wolves," and a piece making takfir, or infidel-branding, local security forces.
Islamic State (IS) supporters distributed a set of suggestions for ways lone wolves can poison "disbelievers" at large gatherings.
In Issue 5 of Islamic State (IS)-linked "Shabaab al-Khilafah" (Youth of the Caliphate) magazine, its publishers boasted of having over 6,000 followers, and featured an article insulting the fighting spirit of American soldiers while commending that of IS military personnel.
A jihadist shamed Francophone male Islamic State (IS) supporters for prioritizing social media jihad over physical fighting, and those who merely lurk for abandoning their "duty".
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for an alleged Belgian blogger and recruiter. Al-Muhajireen Foundation posted the biography of "Abu Ayyub al-Beljiki" on Telegram on February 4, 2019.
To take advantage of "white-collar recession" in Dubai, and to "avenge" Muslims, a jihadist suggested attacks on tourists and churches, synagogues, and Buddhist temples in the Emirati city.
Responding to aspersions that it works against the Islamic State (IS), the foreign fighter-centric al-Muhajireen Foundation clarified its purpose and sources and also renewed its pledge of allegiance to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The Ansar al-Khilafah Cyber Army (ACCA), an Islamic State (IS)-linked group comprising hacking and incitement units, published a message directed the "Crusader West," linking the war on terror to economic crises.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) aligned jihadists advised lone wolves in the third issue of the Syria-focused magazine "Al-Falah" to capitalize on the "disintegration" of U.S. and European alliances and economic issues, and mount attacks.
Islamic State (IS) supporters discussed ways to exploit videogame platforms and related online communities to “recruit new soldiers and lonewolves” in Western countries.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for an alleged Belgian fighter and training camp administrator who was killed amidst clashes with Syrian regime forces in Deir al-Zour.