The Islamic State (IS) discussed Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) losing its positions to the Syrian Liberation Front (SLF) in Naba 121, arguing that it is due to the failure to maintain popular support, which also afflicted al-Qaeda (AQ) and led to its expulsion from its controlled-territories.
Citing the attack by an Islamic State (IS) fighter on a church in Dagestan, the IS urged supporters in all "Russian-occupied Muslim areas" to kill and kidnap Christians as a means to cause ruin to Moscow.
An "exclusive" in the Islamic State's (IS) Naba 120 reports the group resuming its "war of attrition" in Libya, noting two attacks in the past weeks in Sirte, in addition to the IS-claimed suicide bombing in Jufra.
The Islamic State (IS) warned that amidst the large Egyptian military offensive on militants in the Sinai Peninsula, fighters elsewhere in Egypt are seeking to escalate their attacks on Christians, tourists, and others.
In Naba 118, the Islamic State (IS) addressed the coming troop surge in Afghanistan planned by U.S. President Donald Trump, vowing to confront the enemy and "pay the necessary price to establish the religion and to make prevail the Shariah of the Lord of the Worlds".
The Islamic State (IS) remarked in Naba 117 on U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stating that the U.S. military will maintain an open-ended presence in Syria.
In Naba 116, the Islamic State (IS) counted 185 “PKK” soldiers killed and wounded and eight taken prisoner following one week’s worth of operations in Deir al-Zour.
The Islamic State (IS) portrayed the January 15, 2018, suicide bombings in Baghdad, which marked its return to the Iraqi capital after seven months, as a bad omen for Iran and Shi’ites in general in Naba 115.
In an “exclusive” in Naba 114, the Islamic State (IS) reported that its West Africa Province carried out a suicide bombing on Nigerian soldiers in the Lake Chad area, killing and wounding dozens.
Islamic State (IS) supporters translated into English and French the infographic featured in Naba 113 on the "nullifiers of Islam" into which it said Hamas fell.
Amidst the protests in Iran, the Islamic State (IS) urged its supporters in Naba 113 to capitalize on the event and foment unrest among Shi'ites towards the ruling regime.
As part of its “economic war” on U.S. allies, the Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 112 that its fighters in Central Sinai cut power to a cement factory used by the Egyptian military, and separately, asserted that fighters in Iraq’s Diyala governorate hold control over areas.
The Islamic State (IS) presented in Nabba 111 "exclusive" details of its December 19, 2017, attack at the al-Arish Airport in North Sinai, and its December 13 assault in Damascus' Tadamon neighborhood.
Without claiming responsibility or directly asserting a role, the Islamic State (IS) reported on the December 11, 2017, attack at the New York City Port Authority in Naba 110.
An infographic featured in the Islamic State’s (IS) Naba 107 counted 1,164 Syrian forces, including over 20 Russian experts and officers, killed and wounded and 161 vehicles destroyed over a two-month period.
The Islamic State (IS) reported the killing of five Russian "experts" and 58 Syrian soldiers in an eight-man suicide raid on Deir al-Zour military airbase in a Naba 106 "exclusive".
The Islamic State (IS) promoted a year of terror operations made outside of its provinces in issue 106 of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, categorizing several as its “most prominent.”
The Islamic State (IS) offered advice to lone wolves in the "lands of the enemy" in Naba 105, and claimed an attack in the Libyan desert in what it termed an "exclusive" report.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in Naba 104 a biography and account of the travels to Syria for Abdul Hakim al-Tatari, a former official in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), who was killed in battle just days after his arrival.
The Islamic State (IS) called the executor of the Manhattan vehicular attack a “soldier of the Caliphate” in the 104th issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in the 103rd issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper a biography of a deceased Bengali fighter who earned a degree in computer programming from a university in Australia.