Islamic State (IS) supporters released the 2016 edition of the “Black Flags from the Islamic State” ebook series, which provided a detailed narrative of “How al-Qa’idah became the Islamic State” and breakdowns of how terror cells work.
The jihadist who previously offered circuit designs and ideas for detonators using via home lighting remotes, lasers, and a target’s body heat, gave instructions for detonating explosives via Bluetooth and an Android OS app.
An alleged British Islamic State (IS) fighter shared pages from a manual providing instructions to jihadists on how to produce explosives from readily available chemicals.
A jihadist offered a design for an explosive remote-controlled drone along with suggestions on how to perform an attack with the weapon.
A British jihadist in Syria claimed to have received funding from the Islamic State (IS) for developing weapons.
Al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria, the al-Nusra Front, released through its military research division, a 67-page manual for grenades and homemade bombs.
IslamDin, the website of Vilayat KBK (Kabarda-Balkaria-Karachai) of the Islamic Emirate of the Caucasus (IEC), gave video instructions to prepare an explosive it called “chocolate”.
In a discussion about explosive vests, a jihadist posted a Chechen video giving step-by-step instructions to manufacture such a weapon for suicide bombings.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released the 12th issue of its English e-magazine “Inspire,” featuring questions submitted to Anwar al-Awlaki and answered before his death, and articles promoting arson and car bombs to strike the enemy.
The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) demonstrated how to prepare a nitrate mine in the 13th episode of its weapons training video series, "Express Mail of the Mujahideen of Turkistan".
The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) demonstrated how to prepare a gasoline mine in the twelfth episode of its weapons training video series, "Express Mail of the Mujahideen of Turkistan".
A jihadist gave a manual for an "easier way" to make an anti-personnel explosive device, which consists of material available in most markets.
The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) demonstrated how to prepare a reinforced sulfur mine from sulfur, aluminum powder, and ball bearings in the eleventh episode of its weapons training video series, "Express Mail of the Mujahideen of Turkistan".
A jihadist gave a manual to prepare nitrourea, a high explosive, and said that only four kilograms is capable of destroying a T-72 tank.
A jihadist gave a manual to prepare the secondary explosive nitrostarch and promoted the presentation as a first in the "history of jihadi encyclopedias".
A jihadist gave a video demonstration of a remote detonator manual featured in the eighth issue of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's (AQAP) English-language magazine, "Inspire".
A jihadist suggested a method to start forest fires or burn houses with wooden structures by using a specially-constructed rocket.
A jihadist suggested using a local Wifi network between two mobile phones to remotely detonate explosives and provided two circuits for fighters to use.
The Army of the Ummah [Jeish al-Ummah], a Palestinian militant faction, produced a video manual to make a smoke bomb and gave the production as a "gift" to fighters in the jihadi battlefields.
The Army of the Ummah [Jeish al-Ummah], a Palestinian militant faction, dedicated to Syrian fighters a video explaining how to manufacture a 107mm rocket.