An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked group on the popular messenger platform WhatsApp, shared Indonesian-language instructions for users to create their own explosives, and began the series of manuals with a chlorine grenade.
A prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian group provided to jihadists a set of lone-wolf guidelines for operations, as well as tip for answering interrogators' questions in the event of arrest.
Amid persistent circulation of Indonesian-language weapons and attack guides, Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters distributed an Indonesian-language guide featuring knife attacks.
Featuring former U.S. President Barack Obama in a graphic, Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters claimed jihadi material is being spread by Western media.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters have called for Egyptian Muslims to “take up arms” and wage jihad in their country.
A prominent Indonesian media group is consistently publishing graphics inciting for attacks in the West and in Indonesia and featuring leaders such as President Trump as beheaded and as prisoners of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS).
An Indonesian-language group warned supporters of the “intelligence equipment” possessed by Indonesia, explaining that their technology is being developed quickly.
The first official video from the Islamic State (IS/ISIS)’s division in the Philippines, featuring Southeast Asian fighters inciting Muslims to join the group and carry out lone-wolf attacks, was translated to Indonesian and disseminated on Telegram.
Amid persistent circulation of various weapons and attack guides in Indonesian, Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters distributed a translation of a prominent bomb-making guide by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
After the suspension from Pinterest and subsequent shift to another platform, a prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian media group Gen. 5.54, has rebranded itself as “Nabba’ Productions.”
Samsul Saguni, an Indonesian hostage reportedly held by Abu Sayyaf Group in Sulu, Philippines, appeared in a video pleading for help.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) video featuring fighters from Southeast Asia, military training for children, and further featuring fighters and children burning their passports, was translated to Indonesian and shared on Telegram.
A prominent Indonesian media group participated in the campaign to reinstate allegiance to Islamic State (IS/ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Indonesian-language explosive, weapons, and other attack guides have been continuously disseminated en masse by Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channels and chat groups.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS) supporters redistributed a statement from the leader of Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT) aimed at recruiting for the group’s in the military, media, and medical fields, providing it in video and poster formats.
In promoting jihad and encouraging attacks, an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group featured U.S. President Trump and Indonesian President Widodo among a series of threatening graphics.
An Indonesian “charity” promoted by pro-Islamic State (ISIS) groups is fundraising for families of prisoners and martyrs in Indonesia.
Users on an Islamic State (IS)-linked Indonesian-language Telegram channel incited for lone-wolf attacks in the country in the month of December.
An al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) video documenting the confessions of spies involved in an alleged Saudi intelligence network was translated to Indonesian.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media groups threatened attacks against Indonesia’s Bogor Presidential Palace in Bogor, West Java.