Islamic State (IS) supporting groups al-Battar Media Foundation and Noor al-Tawhid have each continued their promotion of the IS-claimed Sri Lanka bombings, with one inciting to target Christians, and the other hoping for similar attacks in America, Britain, France, and Germany.
In promotion of the claim by the Islamic State (IS) for the Sri Lanka attacks, IS-linked groups and jihadi supporters have published posters, infographics, and a video, each celebrating the coordinated bombings, and one warning other countries, in particular, the United Kingdom and the whole of Europe.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter, motivated by the group's claim for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, warned that the events there will be repeated in America, Britain, and France.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published a biography of an alleged British fighter and media worker, detailing his work with IS and Chinese-language outreach to Uyghur Muslims.
The editors of the pro-Islamic State (IS) "Liwa' al-Ansar" (Brigade of the Supporters) newspaper warned that group fighters and those it inspires "will burn the lands of the Cross," naming the United States, Belgium, Britain, Canada, France, and Russia.
Noting the discovery of explosive packages at major transit hubs in London, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published a poster declaring that the city "remains in terror".
The foreign fighter-centric Muhajideen Foundation, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group, published a biography of an alleged British convert and noted his path and that of his companions to Syria.
A prominent Islamic State (IS) supporter suggested attacks on various London landmarks upon repopulating his recently-suspended tactical manual repository.
The foreign fighter-centric Muhajideen Foundation, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group, published a biography of an alleged British blogger who worked in the IS' media department.
In assuring the West that the Islamic State (IS) will remain despite losing its territory, an IS-linked group drew a comparison between the defeat of Adolf Hitler in WW2 and the ongoing battle with the international coalition.VIEW ORIGINAL MATERIAL ON SOURCEFEED
Prominent English-language jihadi channels are promoting a JustGiving.com campaign requesting donations for Yemen.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 163 on the stabbings on New Year's Eve in Manchester, England, and noted France celebrating the holiday under the shadow a security force of 147,000 people.
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.
A pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) charity persists in fundraising and recently requested aid to smuggle British women and children into Idlib, Syria.
Posters displaying threats for attacks in the West and incitement for lone wolves have escalated as Christmas and New Year's Eve approach, with a dozen in a three-day period.
A United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland-based division of a prominent white nationalist organization is soliciting cryptocurrency funds via Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Ethereum.
On a poster depicting London and a devastated city, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group warned that fighters are "coming".
The United Nations (UN) imposed sanctions on Anjem Choudary, a pro-ISIS preacher recently freed from prison.
A foreign fighter-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) group gave a biography for a slain British IS member it identified as a weaponized drone developer.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter used images of Prince George of Cambridge and a knife-brandishing fighter to advertise a channel dedicate to lone-wolf techniques.