The Afghan Taliban published an open letter to U.S. President Donald Trump, urging him to not repeat the “historical mistake” of continuing the war in Afghanistan or risk having the group “reach out to [his] foes” for help.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) dedicated the 17th issue of its Inspire Magazine to train derailment and impacting the transportation sector, reviewing the economic impact, giving designs and instructions for fabricating a derail tool, and providing major passenger train routes in the United States.
The pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) English media group “Al-Hijrah” introduced its new English-language newspaper consolidating recent Islamic news from around the world.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel addressed a message to lone wolves in Europe and the U.S., instructing them to murder a “crusader” taxi driver and burn his vehicle.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram account forwarded a message calling on “Islamic State supporters everywhere” to attack non-believers in embassies, clubs, and cafés, and ministries, asking, “Where are the lone wolves??”
Seeking to influence the Kenyan general election on August 8, 2017, the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement released a video detailing economic and military losses and security destabilization to Kenyans after the country’s initial engagement with the group in 2011-2012, and mocking the presidency of Donald Trump in the United States, pointing to it as an example of poor voting decisions.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency warned countries involved in the U.S.-led coalition against the group, France in particular, as well as Russia, Turkey, and Iran of attacks to come.
Al-Qaeda’s (AQ) branch in Somalia, the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, claimed attacks on American, AMISOM, and Somali National Army (SNA) forces in the country, as well as bombing a Kenyan military vehicle in Kenya’s Garissa County.
An Indian Islamic State (IS) fighter called for attacks on Americans regardless of age and health condition, and provided an update on the ground from Mosul in his audio will.
The Islamic State (IS) downplayed the Iraqi military victory in the city of Mosul in Naba 89, and threatened the government and army with “great scenes that will make them forget the horrors of Mosul, Speicher, and Beiji”.
As Islamic State (IS) supporters continue to discuss ideas to derail trains as a means to negatively impact Western economies and cause mass casualties, they enlarged the focus of the subject from high-speed commuter trains to oil and gas transport as well as pipelines.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) media groups on Telegram have spearheaded a social media campaign to highlight what they see as the perseverance of IS fighters in Mosul.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda’s (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed an attack with an explosive-laden vehicle on AMISOM, Somali National Army (SNA), and “mercenary” forces in a suburb of Mogadishu.
In the second episode of its latest video series inciting for jihad, the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement released a posthumous video of a Kenyan fighters calling on Muslims in East Africa to fight collectively against regional states as well as America, Britain, and France.
A jihadist encouraged Islamic State (IS) supporters in U.S.-led coalition countries to commit acts of arson and sabotage, and also promote IS slogans on walls and roadsides in order to destabilize security.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter called on lone wolves in the United States to attack American Independence Day celebrations.
Al-Jazeera Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a grisly video featuring Iranian, Russian, Turkish, and Turkmen children brutally executing prisoners and calling for and threatening attacks in their native lands and the West.
An Australian doctor living under the Islamic State (IS) condemned America’s “continuous bombings” on children and called for attacks “in the countries that are sending us rockets.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group published an article exploring the financial and military aspects of the U.S.-led coalition against the IS since September 2014.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter called on Muslim lone wolves in America and Europe to avenge their afflicted brethren in IS territories abroad, and provided a copy of the vehicular attack guide from the group’s Rumiyah magazine.