A purported German charity organization, which publicly endorses prominent Western Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) recruiters convicted on terrorism charges, is soliciting PayPal donations for “Muslim prisoners.”
The Islamic State (IS) released the ninth issue of Rumiyah Magazine, which contained justification for killing Christians in Egypt and other countries, as well as instructions for performing hostage-taking operations.
The Islamic State (IS) released the fourth issue of it multi-language Rumiyah magazine, and in the English version, presented a full-page spread on knife attack advice.
A jihadist Telegram channel requested assistance from German, Spanish, French, Dutch, and other language translators for outreach material.
A Syria-focused Telegram channel requested evidence to clear two Swedish Muslims suspected of attempting to join the Islamic State (IS), following their January 2016 arrest in Greece.
The Islamic State (IS) has begun issuing its al-Bayan provincial news bulletins in Bosnian, adding yet another language in which it makes the report available.
Jihadists launched a pro-Islamic State (IS) English magazine called “The Truth and the Best Explanation,” and in the first issue, drew lessons from the jihad in Bosnia, and gave a eulogy for a Serbian IS fighter.
A jihadist media group, the "INFORM Foundation for Media Productions" released an Indonesian translation of jihadist scholar Hussein bin Mahmoud's article titled "O' America...This is Osama."
A jihadist interviewed a fighter who participated in the jihad in Bosnia, discussing his motivations to fight, his experiences in the battlefield, and his advice to members of the jihadist forum community.
A jihadist warned that an upcoming danger to Europe lies in the children of fighters from Bosnia and Herzegovina who have Bosnian citizenship and passports, and are thus able to travel freely within the countries of the European Union.
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