The Islamic State (IS) claimed a suicide bombing by an alleged Canadian fighter in Mosul.
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.”
Fursan al-Sham, a jihadi media outlet operated by foreign fighters in Syria, published a story tracing the journey of Uyghur fighters from China to Syria.
Jihadist Telegram channels solicited financial donations for families of fighters in Syria, offering private communication channels for willing donors.
In the German version of the second issue of Islamic State’s (IS) multi-language Rumiyah magazine, the group included the story of slain IS fighter, Abu Bilal al-Maghribi, who migrated from Germany to join IS.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video from Muslim al-Shishani, commander of the Junud al-Sham Battalion in Syria, stressing the importance of scholars in the jihadi battlefield for uniting ranks.
A Belgian suicide bomber appealed to Muslims in Belgium, France, and Germany in a posthumous video released by the Islamic State (IS), calling on them not to fear death but to seek it.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, released a video from scholar calling on rebel factions to unite or at least collaborate, and urging his colleagues to come to Syria rather than tweet their messages from afar.
Jund al-Aqsa claimed capturing Kawkab village in the northern countryside of Hama, following a suicide bombing carried out by a Kuwaiti fighter. The group shared the announcement on September 11, 2016 via Twitter and Telegram channels.
A German fighter in the Islamic State (IS) presented in a video his conversion from Christianity to Islam and his story of immigration, and called on lone wolves in the West to attack.
An alleged jihadi fighter in Syria announced that a fighter, purportedly having migrated to Syria from Wales, died in Aleppo.
Dijlah Province of the Islamic State (IS) in northern Iraq claimed killing and wounding dozens of Iraqi soldiers following multiple suicide operations near al-Qayara Crossroad.
Salah al-Din Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed killing and wounding many Iraqi soldiers in a suicide bombing by a British fighter on their gathering.
Aden-Abyan Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Yemen released a video showing the brutal execution of three Houthis, one by having his head bashed with a heavy rock while bound, and featuring several suicide bombers, including a Dutch fighter.
Two allegedly married, American-identifying Islamic State (IS) recruiters were announced dead in a message distributed on pro-IS Telegram channels.
A jihadi fighter on Twitter claimed the death of Belgian Nusra Front (NF) fighter “Abu Suleymaan Beljiki,” who was allegedly killed in the April 3, 2016 airstrike on Abu Firas in Idlib.
Al-Furat Province, a division of the Islamic State (IS) located in Iraq's Anbar governorate, claimed killing nearly 25 Iraqi soldiers in a suicide bombing involving a German fighter.
A Belgian Islamic State (IS) fighter in Aleppo, Syria, appeared in a video calling on Muslims to travel to and join IS-held areas within its “Caliphate,” and threatened Western states participating in the anti-IS coalition.
Al Muhajirun, a group promoting itself as the “representative face” of foreign fighters from various jihadi factions in Syria, published a video addressing the youth of the ummah, in which it threatened Shiites and Russians fighting alongside the Syrian regime forces and indicated that the enemy will never succeed to overcome Islam.
Salah al-Din Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed a suicide bombing by a Russian fighter on Iraqi army barracks in Tikrit.