A prominent British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter was stated to be dead by IS fighters and supporters on Twitter.
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter distributed a message attributed to a UK family of twelve claiming to have successfully immigrated to IS-held territory and exhorting Muslims to join them in the “Caliphate”.
As part of what it called “Foray Britain,” the pro-al-Qaeda hacking group “Al-Qaeda Electronic” claimed defacing 22 British websites.
A fighter belonging to the Islamic State (IS) has warned of attacks that will occur in England on July 7, 2015.
An alleged Islamic State (IS) fighter forwarded rumors that fighters skilled in chemical weapons-making had successfully returned to their home countries.
The Salah al-Din division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed seven suicide bombings in the city of Beiji, two carried out by British and German fighters, and others by two Dagestanis, a Kuwaiti, a Palestinian, and a Turkistani (Uyghur).
A prominent British fighter and recruiter with the Islamic State (IS) tweeted a call for attack against anti-Islamist activist Pam Geller, tweeting what was presented to be her address in NY.
Nicholas Rovinski, a Rhode Island man accused of being a co-conspirator to give material support to the Islamic State (IS) and to kill anti-Islamist activist Pam Geller, maintained a spanning social media presence across various platforms.
An English-speaking doctor in al-Khayr Province (Deir al-Zour) of the Islamic State (IS) called in a video for Muslim health care practitioners, especially medical specialists, to join the IS and help their brethren in hospitals.
The Syrian Electronic Army insinuated to have gained access to the back end of the website of United Kingdom's signals intelligence agency, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
A British jihadist who previously compiled and released a 5,232-page English book dedicated to aspiring lone wolves in the West, providing information about security, ideas for attacks, and physical fitness exercises, redistributed the book and published two volumes of additional material.
The Islamic State (IS) released the English edition of its al-Bayan news bulletin for May 28, 2015, reporting on its attacks in Iraq, Libya, Sinai, and Syria.
North Baghdad Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed a suicide bombing by a British fighter on Iraqi soldiers and Popular Mobilization elements in the area of al-Farhatiya.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) accounts on Twitter brought attention to a popular U.K. news publication’s reporting on Westerners’ attempts to migrate to IS, with one user calling for attacks on the publication.
A jihadist suggested that lone wolves target top secret locations in the East and West, claiming that if such places as Area 51 and the Vatican Secret Archives are hit with even one bullet, their respective governments will collapse.
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters created and forwarded calls for lone wolf attacks and solicitations for donations on Twitter.
Two fighters with the Islamic State (IS) issued threats and implied targets for lone wolf attacks in the U.K., including various London attractions and high-profile politicians.
The Anbar division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed several attacks within a wide-scale assault on the city of Ramadi that it dubbed the “Invasion of Abu Muhanad al-Suwaydawi,” including suicide bombings by British, Syrian, and Tunisian fighters.
An alleged British Islamic State (IS) fighter tweeted photos of what he presented as an explosive belt while calling for lone wolf attacks, prompting a response from another user claiming to be planning an attack with a similar device.
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters made calls for lone wolf attacks on British police officers and Members of Parliament (MP), as well as the capturing and killing of Filipino Christians and soldiers.
The Twitter account of an alleged Australian Islamic State (IS) supporter, noting the May 7, 2015 U.K. General Elections, called for jihadists in the country to carry out lone wolf attacks on voting locations and synagogues.