The Islamic State (IS) reported that several of its "security detachments" executed operations in Mosul, including a raid on the house of a tribal militia commander and then his beheading.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) media groups on Telegram have spearheaded a social media campaign to highlight what they see as the perseverance of IS fighters in Mosul.
As the Iraqi government declares victory in its battle to retake Mosul, the Islamic State (IS) expressed defiance in ravaged city, continuing to clash with Iraqi forces in al-Maydan, and vowing to fight until “victory or martyrdom”.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 30 Iraqi Federal Police and wounding 40 others in separate attacks in Mosul.
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.
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.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 40 Iraqi Federal Police in an attack on their positions in three areas of the city of Mosul.
The Islamic State (IS) media affiliate Furat Media released a posthumous video of a Chechen suicide bomber urging his fellow countrymen to execute lone-wolf attacks and operations similar to that which he will undertake.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video demonstrating some of its newly-developed weapons it deployed in the Mosul battle, including an explosives-laden aircraft and a remote-controlled rover equipped with a bomb, and featuring American, Belgian, and Canadian fighters inciting for lone-wolf jihad.
IS released a photo in its “Caravans_of_Martyrs” reports, showing a slain fighter identified as Abu Suleiman al-Kindi [Kanadi], a possible designation for a Canadian.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Ninawa Province claimed three suicide operations on Iraqi and SWAT forces north and northwest of Mosul.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Ninawa Province in Iraq released a video featuring a doctor, a child, and a disabled fighter as suicide bombers, as well as footage of weaponized unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) strikes.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed a suicide operation by two Canadian fighters northwest of Mosul and targeting Iraqi forces in the city, killing and wounding at least 22.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed a suicide bombing by an alleged Canadian fighter in Mosul.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed two suicide bombings on Iraqi forces in villages outside Mosul, one of which was carried out by a British fighter.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video in which it incited supporters kill scholars who opposite it and jihad in general, after which pro-IS groups launched a campaign with posters and videos echoing that incitement.
The Islamic State (IS) released a series of photo reports showing attacks on Iraqi forces in Mosul using weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The Islamic State (IS) published photo reports of four attacks on Iraqi forces and militiamen and a communications tower with weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in Ninawa and Salah al-Din.
The Islamic State (IS), through its ‘Amaq News Agency and provincial divisions for Jazeera, Ninawa, and Salah al-Din, released a video and published three photos reports showing its use of explosives-equipped unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) against Iraqi soldiers and Popular Mobilization militiamen.
The Islamic State (IS) revealed for the first time its deployment of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with explosives, showing its use in the battlefield in Mosul to strike enemy forces from above.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) released a video showing footage of several suicide bombings recorded by drones, and also the beheading of one spy and the drowning of another.