A prominent British Islamic State (IS) recruiter echoed donation solicitations for families of fighters and offered private assistance.
In the 14th issue of its English magazine "Dabiq," the Islamic State (IS) identified the four men behind the March 2016 Brussels attacks, named "imams of kufr [disbelief]" to kill in the West, and interviewed its official in Bangladesh.
A jihadist Twitter account issued a threat against leader Paul Golding and deputy leader Jayda Fransen of the Britain First nationalist party in England.
A prominent British Islamic State (IS) recruiter solicited donations for families of fighters, and offered assistance in doing so.
Radical British Islamist preacher Abu Haleema condemned U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and warned American Muslims of approaching “martial law” in a video.
Al-Thabaat ("Constancy") Media Foundation, a pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadi media group, released a video threatening that IS supporters will "invade" Berlin, Brussels, and London.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation published a message from a jihadist warning UK Prime Minister David Cameron that after Paris and Brussels, London is a target of the IS.
A solemnly expressed message attributed to a prominent British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter warned prospects to expect hardships under jihad.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video featuring the fighters involved in the November 2015 Paris attacks, showing their speeches inciting for lone-wolf attacks in Western states fighting the group, and beheading “apostates,” and threatening a similar operation in Britain.
An English-speaking Islamic State (IS) fighter mocked British Prime Minister David Cameron as an "imbecile" for challenging the IS and threatened Britain in a video, after which he and fellow fighters shot to death alleged spies for Britain.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter in Aleppo provided information on a male and female recruiter, both of whom allegedly Americans.
Radical British Islamist preacher Abu Haleema commented in a video on Donald Trump’s statements on Muslims, asserting Trump’s words to be proof that the West hates Islam and those who practice it.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter disseminated an essay advising women on various methods to fundraise for IS.
Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz, a 19 year old American arrested for attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State (IS), was a recognized member of the online IS community.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter argued prison to be a beneficial place for Muslims to study the Quran, while also detailing his own experiences allegedly spent incarcerated.
A fighter with the Islamic State (IS) requested donations amid the approaching winter in Syria.
A fighter affiliated with the Nusra Front (NF), al-Qaeda’s (AQ) Syrian affiliate, condemned British airstrikes on Islamic State (IS) oil fields and detailed their alleged consequences on oil prices in the region.
Islamic State (IS) supporters on Twitter erupted in threats toward the U.K. and other Western countries following the U.K. parliament’s December 2, 2015 vote to approve military action against the group in Syria.
Islamic State (IS) supporters on Twitter issued threats amid the U.K. parliament’s December 2, 2015 vote on military action against the group.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda’s branch in Somalia, issued a statement approving of the attacks in Paris and Bamako, while also calling for attacks on Jewish and Western interests, domestically and internationally.
A prominent widowed woman living under the Islamic State (IS) disseminated information on three high-profile U.S. military figures for the purposes of lone wolf attacks.