After publishing a biography of “Jihadi John” (AKA Abu Muharib al-Muhajir) in its English magazine “Dabiq,” the Islamic State (IS) published an alternate version in its Arabic weekly newspaper “al-Naba,” featuring new photos of the man behind the beheading of American, British, and Japanese nationals, and threatening Britain.
The Islamic State (IS) released the 13th issue of Dabiq, its English-language magazine, which contained a thematic focus on the jihadist imperative to kill Shi’ites.
Jihadi supporters of the Islamic State (IS) distributed screen captures on Twitter purportedly showing that a group calling itself the “Cyber Army of the Khilafah” hacked the website of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadi media unit called “Fadha'eh al-Elmaniya” (Scandals of Secularism) produced cartoons of beheading U.S. President Barack Obama, and mocking Obama, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, and anti-IS clerics.
In wake of recent reports regarding the identity of Islamic State (IS) executioner “Jihadi John”, allegedly a London college graduate named Mohammed Emwazi, SITE Intelligence Group has compiled a collection of high-quality images of Jihadi John throughout various IS releases.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video threatening to behead two Japanese citizens unless the Japanese government pays a $200 million ransom for them both.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video of beheading Japanese hostage Kenji Goto Jogo.
Twitter accounts of jihadist fighters and supporters have celebrated the Islamic State’s (IS) January 20, 2015 video release showing two Japanese hostages and the demand of $200 million to the country for their release.
Upon the Islamic State’s (IS) capture of a downed Jordanian fighter pilot identified as First Lieutenant Mu’adh Yusuf al-Kasasbeh, jihadists on Twitter have begun celebrating the event and speculating what his treatment will be.
Unconfirmed reports of the Islamic State's (IS) capture of Gill Rosenberg, an Israeli-Canadian woman who had volunteered to fight with Kurdish forces against IS in Kobani, prompted responses of speculation and celebration by jihadists on Twitter.