A video from Abu Sayyaf threatening to behead three hostages captured off the coast of Malaysia was disseminated by a Facebook account.
Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Tausug-speaking Filipino users on Facebook incited for attacks in the country, posting calls for supporters “kill all the soldiers of Duterte.”
Samsul Saguni, an Indonesian hostage reportedly held by Abu Sayyaf Group in Sulu, Philippines, appeared in a video pleading for help.
After the expiration of the ransom deadline, the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group beheading German national Jurgen Kantner and released a video of it.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group gave a final ultimatum on German hostage Jurgen Kantner, releasing a video of his plea and threatening to behead him in twelve days if a ransom is not paid.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group threatened to behead German hostage Jurgen Kantner if the German government fails to pay the ransom for his release.
The Philippines-based jihadi group Abu Sayyaf Group released a video of beheading Canadian Robert Hall.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group threatened to torture its two remaining foreign hostages - Canadian Robert Hall and Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad – if it does not receive a communication to arrange for the ransom, or the Philippine military carries out an operation on the group.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group released a video showing what it described as the "final message" from its three hostages, each of whom call on Philippine President-elect Rodrigo Duterte for help, and give the name of a person to contact in the Canadian embassy.
The Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group threatened to execute one of its foreign hostages – Canadian Robert Hall and Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad – if its ransom demand is not met by June 13, 2016, at 3pm.
After releasing the video of its beheading Canadian hostage John Ridsdel, the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group issued a video of its three remaining hostages – a Canadian, a Norwegian, and a Filipino woman – threatening to behead them if their demands are not met.
The Philippines-based jihadi group Abu Sayyaf Group released a video of beheading Canadian John Ridsdel.
The Philippines-based jihadi group Abu Sayyaf Group released a new video with its Canadian, Filipino, and Norwegian hostages, giving a final deadline for their ransoms to be met and threatening to behead one of the four on April 25.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the Jund at-Tawhid Battalion in the Philippines has pledged to IS.
The Philippines-based jihadi group Abu Sayyaf Group released a video showing its Canadian, Norwegian, and Filipina hostages, and threatening to execute them if their demands are not met within a period of 30 days.
The Islamic State (IS) reported on its seizure of the Libyan town of Bin Jawed and its assaults on the Sidra oil port, as well as its major operations in Ramadi, Fallujah, and Tikrmt, in the twelfth issue for the Hijri year 1437 of its weekly newspaper “al-Naba”.
Fighters in the Philippines, including leaders and representatives from three factions, pledged alliance to Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a video.
A jihadist group in the Philippines, indicated to be the Abu Sayaaf Group, released a video showing four hostages kidnapped from a luxury marina in Davao.
Al-Wafa’ Media Foundation released a video from a self-professed affiliate of the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group calling itself “Ma’rakat al-Ansar,” pledging allegiance to Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
A message attributed to the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group claimed the kidnapping of a South Korean man identified as Noi Sung Hong, and demanded a ransom payment of 500 million pesos.