A Kashmir-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) media group issued an audio message eulogizing the leader and members of the local IS-pledged jihadi group, criticizing Kashmiri separatist organizations and individuals, and calling on the youth of the Kashmir Valley to join IS ranks.
Islamic State (IS) supporters reported the death of the leader of an IS-pledged group in Kashmir, and urged Muslims in the region to fight rather than participate in demonstrations, and to attack members of separatist factions.
A Kashmir-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) media group promoted the IS attack on an Indian policeman in Srinagar, showing a rifle allegedly taken as a war spoil, and warning of more strikes to come.
A Kashmir-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) media group urged Muslims to leave militant groups in the area, especially those funded by “the enemy of Islam like Pakistan,” and fight instead for the Islamic State (IS).
The leader of an Islamic State (IS)-pledged group in Kashmir appeared in a photograph with fighters in a jungle.
A Kashmir-centric pro-Islamic State (IS) media group urged protestors in the territory to use bullets and stones, and published an article on Pakistani influence in the Kashmir Jihad.
Al-Qaraar, the media group that published the video of an Islamic State (IS)-pledged Kashmiri group, identified the leader of that unit.