Al-Qaeda Central (AQC) issued a statement on the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, calling on Muslims to take revenge but to avoid targeting places of worship, to demonstrate that Islam is a religion of ethics and morality.
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.
An al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned group published a regulatory guide for jihadi media personnel to avoid infiltration of their ranks and deviation of their purpose.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) condemned the historic papal mass in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, considering it a manifestation of of the shame into which leaders plunged Muslims, and called on Muslims in the entire Arabian Peninsula to embrace jihad and seek help from and lend support to AQAP and the Shabaab in Somalia.
Again dismissing the results of the Arab Spring, al-Qaeda (AQ) leader Ayman al-Zawahiri portrayed true "salvation" as Muslims rallying around fighters and uniting together in echoing their demand for Shariah-based governance.
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.
Al-Qaeda Central issued a statement lauding its branches in Mali and Somalia, Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM) and the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, respectively, for their operations carried out in the name of "Jerusalem Will Never Be Judaized".
In applauding the recent attacks by al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliates in Kenya, Mali, and Somalia, and that of the Afghan Taliban, a pro-AQ group reminded that strikes in the West are also important and must be undertaken.
Iyad Nazmi Salih Khalil (AKA Iyad al-Tubaysi, Abu Julaybib al-Urduni), a Syria-based al-Qaeda (AQ)-affiliated militant official, was reportedly killed.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) pointed to the recent 2018 Saudia al-Diriyah E-Prix Forumula E racing competition and WWE wrestling events in Saudi Arabia as examples of the moral depravity to which the country sunk, and demanding Saudis to take action to reverse the course taken by Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) leader Ayman al-Zawahiri urged Saudi Muslims to immigrate for jihad and strategic planning in existing battlefields, and called on them to attack American and Israeli interests to bring down Gulf governments.
Similar to pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadists earlier, supporters of al-Qaeda (AQ) designed and distributed posters portraying the California wildfires as divine punishment.
A Telegram incites “Lone Mujahid” to pursue attacks by offering advice and instruction on materials and methods of homemade weapons and bombs.
A Southeast Asian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked channel shared a previously-published al-Qaeda (AQ) fatwa instructing women to support jihad, calling them “custodians” of the Ummah.
Al-Qaeda's as-Sahab Media Foundation launched a website on which it hosts its recent publications from Ayman al-Zawahiri and other group propaganda.
Pro- al-Qaeda (AQ) jihadists launch a Syria-focused magazine called "Al-Falah," and in its inaugural issue, explored how the Syrian Jihad will change once U.S. President Donald Trump leaves office, and what the "fifth generation" of al-Qaeda entails, and provided personal technical security.
Al-Qaeda's (AQ) as-Sahab Media Foundation published an essay from a writing finding the twilight of the American empire evident in U.S. President Donald Trump "blackmailing" and "begging" Saudi Arabia over the arms deal.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) leader Ayman al-Zawahiri demanded Islamic groups refuse democracy and elections under secular constitutions and embrace Shariah-based governance and its pursuit.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) promoted a call made by AQ leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in his latest speech to support North African fighter, providing a translation of that excerpt in English, French, German, and Spanish.
Fighters belonging to al-Qaeda (AQ) announced their presence in Burkina Faso in a video.
Al-Qaeda Central (AQC) issued a two-page statement eulogizing Afghan Taliban official and Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani.