The pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Battar Media Foundation rallied IS supporters online, urging them to continue distributing group propaganda on social media and to immigrate to IS battlefronts, while at the same time acknowledging that lone-wolf attacks in Europe are “greater to the hearts of Muslims” than bombings in those fighting arenas.
The Islamic State’s (IS) “Monetary Committee” announced regulations on its currency and Syrian Lire in the territory is holds in Syria, and indicated it would begin broadcasting daily information one exchange rates.
Anbar Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a video presenting scenes from a training camp named in honor of former leaders Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, and footage of attacks in Rutbah and Sakkar.
Highlights: HTS claims major advances in al-Quneitra and battles with the Syrian regime’s army and pro-regime militias in the countryside of Damascus, and Aleppo and Hama; reports repelling an infiltration attempt by the IS into a refugee area in Damascus and an attempted advance of the IS-linked Jaish Khaled bin al-Walid in the western countryside of Daraa.
The East Asia division of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 18 Philippine soldiers in the ongoing clashes throughout the neighborhoods of Marawi.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Ninawa Province claimed killing at least 13 Iraqi Federal Police amidst its ongoing assault in west Mosul, and striking a helicopter with an anti-aircraft weapon in the Bab al-Tub area.
The Islamic State (IS)-affiliated Furat Media released a video of children and adult fighters in the group’s Khorasan Province executing spies for the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban movements and Afghan soldiers.
Islamic State (IS) supporters suggested that lone wolves become “lone frogs,” referring to frogmen, or scuba divers, and attack marine targets and offshore oil sites.
Islamic State (IS) supporters disseminated an image threatening attacks on Paris, warning, “Wait for the explosions.”
In its first documented attack in Somalia since the May 23, 2017, suicide bombing in Puntland, the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing two soldiers in clashes in the same territory.
Six months after Iraqi forces retook east Mosul from the Islamic State (IS), the group claimed a “special operation” in deploying two suicide bombers to the area, allegedly killing and wounding nearly 60 militiamen.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency published a message in Arabic and English promoting the pursuit of "martyrdom" and describing the fighters who seek it as the "most feared of the enemies of Islam".
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 40 Iraqi soldiers and “Awakening” elements in a four-man suicide raid in the city of al-Baghdadi in Anbar.
The Islamic State's (IS) Khorasan Province and the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) offshoot Jamat-ul-Ahrar each claimed credit for a bombing in Quetta on Pakistani police, with the individual groups providing differing details.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency published an infographic on the Great Mosque of Nuri and Habda’ minaret in Mosul and its assertion that U.S. aircraft destroyed the iconic structures.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency released a video report on the destruction of the Great Mosque of Nuri and its Hadba’ minaret in Mosul, maintaining its claim that the two iconic structures were destroyed by American airstrikes and not bombs of its fighters.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that a U.S. airstrike was responsible for the destruction of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri and its iconic Hadba minaret in the city of Mosul.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed targeting PKK forces and Syrian Regime soldiers in suicide operations and clashes in Raqqah and south of Tabqa Airfield, killing and wounding more than 53.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing and wounding nearly 60 members of the Popular Mobilization in an eight-man suicide raid in Tikrit, in Iraq’s Salah al-Din governorate.
Islamic State (IS) supporters on Telegram forwarded a message labeling police in Indonesia as the group’s “number one enemy,” calling Muslims to “unite...in arms against the police.”