The German-writing jihadist behind “Kybernetiq” magazine published an article warning about the dangers and drawbacks of using Turkey’s internet, while providing security tips to mitigate those issues.
A jihadist released the third issue of his German-language jihadi technology magazine, “Kybernetiq,” focusing on wiretapping, spyware, and technical communication in Syria, as well as supplying a new bot, “Minions.”
Following a reported deal for the evacuation of Islamic State (IS) fighters from the Syrian-Lebanese border, IS supporters responded with a mix of denial and attempted justification.
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.
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement published a video explaining the stages of the discovery of Islamic State (IS) cells in Idlib, and providing confessions by captives that were involved in their operations.
A Francophone fighter in al-Barakah Province (al-Hasakah) of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria appeared in a video calling on Muslims in France to mount lone wolf strikes and threatening more attacks there and in Europe.
A pro-Al-Qaeda hacking group calling itself the “Mujahidin Cyber Army” posted a recruitment message and claimed defacements of 37 Russian, Indian, and Iranian websites.
Anbar Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed a suicide attack involving by British and Syrian fighters on barracks of the Iraqi army and Popular Mobilization in western Ramadi.
An alleged fighter in Syria provided live updates on Jaish al-Fath’s ongoing offensive on the Idlib towns of al-Fu'ah and Kafriya, describing various attacks by fighters and resistance from airstrikes.
A prominent Islamic State (IS) recruiter announced that migration to the group in Syria had come to a halt amid closed borders.
In continuing to destroy ancient monuments and structures, Homs Province of the Islamic State (IS) has blown up what it called the “pagan” Temple of Baalshamin in Tadmur (Palmyra), and published photos of the act.
Syrian Islamist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham endorsed Turkey’s planned “safe zone” in northern Syria in a communique released on August 11, 2015.
An Islamic State (IS) fighter in Syria answered frequently asked questions pertaining to wage distribution, opening businesses, and training procedures under the group.
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters on Twitter reacted to recently initiated offensives on the group by the Turkish military with violent rhetoric.
Blogs run by alleged women living under the Islamic State (IS) claimed that widowed women under the group reserve the choice to get remarried, and offered tips for preparing for migration.
The hacking group “AnonSec” claimed to have attacked the Syrian Center for Documentation, releasing user account and email credentials from its database.