An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group re-released a German chant produced by the IS' al-Hayat Media Center in 2014, showing new clips and images and featuring Spanish subtitles.
In its second video release from Baghuz, Syria, the Islamic State (IS) featured a fighter calling on lone wolves around the world to avenge the besieged and "make rivers of their blood".
In an issue with multiple "exclusives," installment 174 in the Islamic State's (IS) al-Naba newspaper reported fighters killing six Russian soldiers in Homs, Syria, and a previously-undocumented suicide bombing in Niger.
As Shi'ites in the Afghan capital, Kabul, gathered at a shrine to celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year, the Islamic State (IS) claimed inflicting 50 casualties among them in three bombings.
A pressure cooker bomb manual was distributed by an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channel, along with an incitement against the Indonesian police instructing to put the bombs “under their patrol cars.”
A prominent Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram group distributed a tutorial for a matchstick bomb urging supporters to target counterterrorism group Detachment 88 (Densus 88), inciting “explode in a crowd of police.”
The Islamic State's West Africa Province (ISWAP) published photos of its attack on Nigerien military positions in Toumour, a city in Niger's Diffa region.
An Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporter uploaded an IS explosives video tutorial to Facebook, with another user inciting “this is good. Make a lot!”
Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, the spokesman for the Islamic State (IS), disputed the U.S. declaration of victory over the group and condemned the shootings at the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Abdullah al-Muhaysini, a prominent Saudi cleric and jihadi figure in Syria, delivered a sermon on the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, finding hypocrisy in the global reaction to the incident, and blaming the "whole world" for instigating Islamophobia.
Without any confirmation that the shooter involved in the tram attack in Utrecht, Netherlands, is Islamic State (IS)-inspired, an aligned group portrayed him as such in a poster glorifying the incident.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian group distributed instructions on how to make an easy 5 minute explosive using carbide, jerrycan, and shrapnel.
The Islamic State (IS) photographed the body and identification cards of an Italian national it claimed to have killed amidst battles in the Syrian town of Baghuz.
In a poster warning Christians in the wake of the shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, an Islamic State (IS) supporter depicted a bombing at St. Mary's Cathedral in Australia, and Pope Francis as a prisoner.
In its first photo report from Tunisia, the Islamic State (IS) documented its fighters preparing explosives and meals.
On a poster depicting an armed fighter overlooking New York City, an Islamic State (IS)-aligned group gave a warning to "worshipers of the cross".
Furat Media, an Islamic State (IS) media affiliate that has been inactive for several months, resumed its activity, releasing a video of a fighter beheading an accused spy in Tunisia.
In posts, jihadists have incited for attacks on churches as reciprocity for the deadly shootings at the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in New Zealand.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group used footage recorded by the Christchurch, New Zealand, attacker, among anti-Islamic imagery and clips, to incite Muslims to attack "Crusaders".
Amid venomous posts demanding revenge for the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, an Islamic State (IS) supporter called on lone wolves to attack relatives of the shooter and also to strike churches.
A message disseminated by Indonesian IS-linked channels and groups, issued in response to remarks by a Queensland senator, incited to target Australian tourists commanding: “stab and cut the kuffar in revenge for the Muslim blood they spilled!”