A previously-released letter from Omar Abdel-Rahman AKA “The Blind Sheikh,” an Egyptian cleric involved in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, was circulated on Telegram following his death in the U.S. prison where he was being held on February 18, 2017.
A jihadi media group published a biographical eulogy of “Abu Zubayr Somali,” a Somali Nusra Front (NF) fighter killed in Syria after living in the U.S. for “a number of years.”
The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Burhan Media Foundation published a series of posters inciting for attacks on Valentine’s Day.
A jihadist proposed a plan for the Islamic State (IS) to use its recently-deployed weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) as a means to capture Deir al-Zour military airbase.
Jihadi fighters in Syria announced the death of South African fighter “Abu Dujana al-Afriki,” who was allegedly killed during clashes against a pro-Islamic State (IS) faction in Syria’s Hama governorate.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel distributed multiple videos in the style of the video game Grand Theft Auto Five (GTA5), encouraging participation in the “online war” and showing an IS child carrying out an execution as well as various IS activity.
A jihadist authored a booklet on al-Qaeda (AQ) “draining” America to the point of losing its global hegemony, and remarking that in the current phase, U.S. President Donald Trump is racially dividing the country and isolating it more from its European and Arab allies.
On February 6, 2017, pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Yaqeen Media Foundation released an infographic pertaining to the damage and casualties caused by IS’ newly developed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) capabilities.
The jihadist who previously produced a weather forecast video for “provinces” of the Islamic State (IS) as his way to serve the group’s self-proclaimed Caliphate, updated the format of that production, and also debuted a news roundup video based on the group’s propaganda videos.
An IS UAV drops a shell on an enemy target below
A jihadist analyzed the recent development in which the Islamic State (IS) is increasingly using explosives-equipped unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in its operations in Iraq and Syria, and the threat this weapon poses to the group’s enemies.
The Islamic State (IS) released the sixth issue of its monthly magazine Rumiyah, featuring translations of material that originally appeared in prior editions of its Arabic newspaper, al-Naba, and deriding the Turkish-proposed safe zone in Syria.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Burhan Media Foundation published an article charging that U.S. President Donald Trump is taking “larger steps” than his predecessors towards the “end” of America, and speculating on a hidden, mutually beneficial relationship between America and Iran.
A user on a pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram chat group posted images proposing locations to attack in Istanbul, Turkey.
Jihadists, both those in support of al-Qaeda (AQ) and the Islamic State (IS), are predicting doom for the United States and perils for Muslims there and abroad, as well as a strengthening of jihad under the presidency of Donald Trump.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel distributed an array of bomb-making and attack guides for lone wolf jihadists.
A jihadist advised supporters of the Islamic State (IS) how to possibly extend the longevity of their Twitter accounts before they are suspended, while at the same time promote IS propaganda.
The pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) Isnad Center posted a series of images charging the United States with “terrorism” following its January 29, 2017 raid in Yemen’s al-Bayda’ governorate, stating “Trump kills children of Yemen.”
Jihadists commented on President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations, stating that it revealed America’s “hatred towards Muslims.”
Jihadists expressed joy for the explosives-equipped unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) demonstrated by the Islamic State (IS) in a video from its Ninawa Province, and one in particular offered a suggestion to increase their danger.
Jihadists discussed unfolding clashes and tensions between former al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) and rebel forces in Syria.