Pro-Islamic State (IS) Kashmiri jihadists vowed revenge against Hizb-ul-Mujahideen on charges of perpetrating the murder of an IS-affiliated fighter in Srinagar.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Kashmiri group released a video echoing incitement from the IS as a "reminder for the Muslims of India".
Kashmir-focused Islamic State (IS) supporters promoted Jammu and Kashmir as an alternative jihadi battlefield for those Muslims who wish to travel to Afghanistan or Afghanistan to fight but are unable.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Jundul Khilafah Kashmir, a self-professed part of the IS' Khorasan Province, linked the Kashmir Jihad to the "worldwide campaign" and called its battlefield an "integral part of the war on kufr [disbelief]".
Zakir Musa, the leader of the al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH), incited Muslim youths in India and Kashmir to fight Indian security forces and "prepare for war" in an Eid al-Adha speech.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Jundul Khilafah Kashmir clarified which are its "official" channels and rejected claims in its name that have appeared elsewhere.
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the group is responsibile for an attack on Indian police in Kashmir.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Kashmir-centric media unit released an audio speech attributed to a Harakat-ul-Mujahideen member disassociating from his group and pledging allegiance to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
In a discussion on a pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram chat group, users called for migration to Kashmir, along with regional outreach, to help build a “stronger” IS presence there.
The media unit of the pro-Islamic State (IS) Jundul Khilafah Kashmir released an audio speech attributed to a slain local official and urged supporters not to throw stones at Indian forces but rather damage Indian institutions linked to state functions.
The Islamic State's (IS) Khorasan Province claimed killing one Indian soldier and wounding seven others in clashes in Anantnag district in southern Kashmir.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing a soldier and injuring others in an attack on an Indian Army checkpoint in Kashmir.
The self-proclaimed “emir” of the Islamic State (IS) in Kashmir urged Indian Muslims to execute lone-wolf operations, suggesting vehicular attacks in particular, and warned of an impending “bloody war”.
The al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH) called on Muslims in India and the Jammu and Kashmir Valley to contribute to the promotion of jihad and defense of fighters.
Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) released a biography of a top commander who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in late-2017 in Afghanistan's Zabul province.
The deputy leader of the al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned Kashmir-based Ansar Ghazawat-ul-Hind (AGH) promoted jihad and urged Kashmiri Muslims not to rely on Pakistan for help in liberation.
A Kashmiri pro-Islamic State (IS) group posthumously released an audio attributed to a slain fighter warning India and calling on Muslims to fight.
An unofficial Kashmir-focused jihadi media group incited for lone-wolf attacks in India, stating “India’s turn comes now.”
A crowdfunding campaign for imprisoned al-Qaeda (AQ) recruiter Samiun Rahman is being endorsed by a purported Australian charity organization and pro-AQ channels.
A Kashmiri Islamic State (IS) supporter defended the group against a negative portrayal by Hizb al-Mujahideen commander Riyaz Naikoo, attacking his allegations while at the same time promoting the IS.