As a feature in Naba 174, the Islamic State (IS) gave an infographic covering military statistics for the past six months by its fighters and those inspired by the group in the West, totaling nearly 2,000 operations and over 7,450 casualties.
In a poster warning Christians in the wake of the shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, an Islamic State (IS) supporter depicted a bombing at St. Mary's Cathedral in Australia, and Pope Francis as a prisoner.
A message disseminated by Indonesian IS-linked channels and groups, issued in response to remarks by a Queensland senator, incited to target Australian tourists commanding: “stab and cut the kuffar in revenge for the Muslim blood they spilled!”
An Australian organization fundraising on social media is selling flash drives containing lectures by Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) leader killed in 2011.
An alleged Australian charity is soliciting donations through a bank account tied to a separate organization, which is frequently endorsed by pro-Islamic State (ISIS/IS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) groups.
An Austrailian organization endorsed by pro-Islamic State (IS/ISIS) & al-Qaeda (AQ) groups, continues fundraising, promoting a new National Australia Bank account.
An Australian organization frequently endorsed by pro-Islamic State (IS/ISIS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) groups, continues to fundraise for prisoners and other alleged “charity” cases.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published an infographic identifying famous churches and squares in America, Australia, and Europe for lone wolves to target.
As the holiday season draws to a close with New Year's Eve, Islamic State (IS) supporters flooded Telegram channels with posters inciting for and providing suggestions for lone-wolf attacks on New Year's Eve.
Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM) announced that it will discontinue media productions on its foreign hostages and alleged that no negotiations are currently taking place between it and their respective governments.
The editors of the pro-Islamic State (IS) periodical "Liwa' al-Ansar" (Brigade of the Supporters) continued in the second issue their promotion of lone-wolf attacks they introduced in the inaugural edition, featuring an infographic on IS and IS-inspired attacks in the West.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked supporters shared a threat calling jihadists to target embassies, consulates, and concerts at the New Year.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked al-Battar Media Foundation accused press agencies of obfuscating the cause of the California wildfires and the motives behind recent attacks in European cities, suggesting that the IS is involved.
Placing what it calls a "spotlight" on the vehicular and knife attack in Melbourne, Australia, the Islamic State (IS) cited in Naba 156 the executor of those lone wolves inspired by its words and its application of them on the battlefield.
An alleged non-profit endorsed by pro-Islamic State (ISIS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) groups, reveals support for individuals convicted on terrorism charges in Australia.
Five days after the vehicular and knife attack by an Islamic State (IS)-inspired individual in Melbourne, aligned groups continue to publish posters warning Australia and the West in general of more operations to come.
Using a scene from the November 9, 2018, attack in Melbourne, Australia, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group incited IS inspired fighters in the West to strike.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group suggested attacks on police in Australia in a poster threatening strikes to follow that in Melbourne.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group published posters threatening the White House and U.S. Capitol building and additional attacks in Melbourne, Australia, both using the "Just Terror" phrase.
Hours after Islamic State’s (IS/ISIS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the individual behind a vehicle and stabbing attack in Melbourne, Australia was “from the fighters of the Islamic State,” Indonesian IS-linked media group Generation 5.54 (Gen. 5.54), shared threatening propaganda promoting the attack.
Highlighting the claim from the Islamic State (IS) for the vehicular and knife attack in Melbourne, Australia, and seeking to cast fear, an IS-linked group questioned: "What Will Be Next".