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.
Anbar Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a video documenting its conquest of the city of al-Ramadi in May 2015, featuring exclusive footage of the slain commander whose name was given to the campaign, and a British suicide bomber.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter who carried out an attack in May 2015 is featured in an hour-long video from the group’s Anbar Province on its capture of the city of Ramadi.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement vowed to receive British troops with gunfire upon their arrival to Somalia, and published photos of the attack on a Somali base in Yaaqbariweyne on September 18.
Islamic State (IS) supporters on Twitter circulated the alleged address of Robert O'Neill, the former Navy SEAL who has claimed to have directly killed Osama bin Laden during the May 2011 Abbottabad raid.
An Islamic State (IS) resident commented on her recent placement on an anti-terror sanctions list by the United Nations.
Islamic State (IS) supporters and residents on Twitter called for attacks on planned Prophet cartoon exhibitions in Copenhagen, Paris, Madrid, and London.
Suicide bomber Abu ‘Aisha al-Iraqi
The Islamic State (IS) claimed suicide bombings by British and Iraqi fighters in al-Fallujah, and a Finnish fighter in Salah al-Din.
A prominent recruiter with the Islamic State (IS) detailed events leading to his steady role as an online recruiter.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter provided advice for migrants on getting past airport interrogations and misleading investigators’ from one’s migratory plans.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) denied reports that UAE forces freed a British hostage in its possession, claiming that it did not have any British hostages.
An alleged Islamic State (IS) fighter issued an ambiguous threat toward Britain, stating that the country would soon “learn a harsh lesson.”
A prominent Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter implied a call for lone wolf attacks by rejecting Islamic covenants of security in nations where Muslims are perceivably oppressed.
The Nusra Front (NF), the al-Qaeda branch in Syria, asserted that the Islamic State (IS) killed twenty or thirty of its fighters in a suicide bombing in a church during breakfast during Ramadan and warned that they will kill them in the second episode of the video series “So the Way of the Criminals Will Become Clear.”
Al-Muhajiroun - Emigrants of East Africa, a pro-al-Qaeda group, issued a statement denying any links to radical UK preacher Ajnem Choudary, who is currently facing charges for inviting support for the Islamic State (IS).
Al-Muhajiroun - Emigrants of East Africa, a pro-al-Qaeda group, distributed the first issue of a Swahili jihadi magazine for women called “Al-Ghurabaa,” featuring a photo and description of “White Widow” Samantha Lewthwaite on the cover.
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters on Twitter made calls for lone wolf attacks, some of whom promoting past lone wolf attacks in doing so.
A prominent British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter was confirmed dead by IS fighters and supporters on Twitter.
An Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter called for attacks in the U.K. and solicited what he implied to be private directions on how to make a bomb and/or perform an attack.
An English speaking IS supporter addressed IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in video, and offered to gather an army of 10,000 in the UK while asserting “the solution to win this last crusade is bring the war into the enemy lands.”
A prominent British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter was stated to be dead by IS fighters and supporters on Twitter.