A Facebook account allegedly linked to Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in the Philippines has been sharing updates on the living conditions of fighters in the field, acknowledging a shortage of weapons among fighters on the ground.
An alleged Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFF) member incited for suicide attacks in the Philippines on Facebook.
As the Islamic State's East Asia Province renews its military activity in the Philippines, the group claimed killing 16 Filipino soldiers and wounding 32 others in a clash in Lanao del Sur, in Mindinao.
The Islamic State (IS), through its 'Amaq News Agency, claimed killing 27 Filipino soldiers in clashes in Mindanao, in the south of the Philippines.
The Islamic State's East Asia Province claimed killing 10 Filipino soldiers and wounding 10 others in clashes in Lanao del Sur.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked supporters threatened Philippines President Duterte and Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)’s founder in a Facebook post, instructing “you must behead Duterte if you catch him.”
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters have widely disseminated a message along with a photo of armed women fighters in the Philippines on social media, stating “I am tired of waiting for chatty men to claim being mujahid.”
An official for the newly formed Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) was threatened by Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Filipino supporters online mere days after taking the position.
Photos of female fighters training for Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) were shared on Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked channels, along with a recruitment message for other women fighters.
The New People’s Army (NPA) claimed responsibility for an attack on a hydro-electric power plant in Oriental Mindoro, Philippines.
Armed men suspected of belonging to the New People’s Army (NPA) burned down heavy construction equipment at a hydropower in Oriental Mindoro, Philippines.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Facebook account incited for attacks in the Philippines, threatening the rise of the “black flag” in all of East Asia.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian Telegram channel disseminated a photo featuring an armed Indonesian woman whose husband was killed in the Philippines.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian Telegram channels disseminated images of women training to be fighters for Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).
Since it began giving weekly statistical data on its operations in August 2018, the Islamic State (IS) recorded in Naba 170 its lowest numbers of casualties and attacks.
A photo of five Indonesians from Sumatra Island who had joined a militant group in Sulu, Philippines, was widely announced on Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channels and Facebook.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing two Filipino soldiers amidst a clash in Igasan barangay in Sulu, Philippines.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Tausug-speaking Filipino users on Facebook incited for attacks in the country, posting calls for supporters “kill all the soldiers of Duterte.”
The Islamic State's (IS) al-Naba newspaper featured an infographic identifying 191 casualties in 74 attacks, in a statistical breakdown of IS operations for the week of January 31 - February 6, 2019.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) users on WhatsApp called upon group supporters to recruit others to spread jihadi propaganda and prepare for combat as the elections in Indonesia approach.
A message from Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT) incited supporters to carry out attacks and disseminate material online, calling for the activation of “sleeper cells” in Indonesia.