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.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in Naba 102 an infographic on the "harvest" of the battles in Marawi, Philippines, over the past five months, reporting a total of 482 Philippine soldiers killed.
Regarding the military campaign named in honor of its former spokesman, the Islamic State (IS) reported at least 650 enemy forces killed and wounded in the past two weeks in the 101st issue of al-Naba newspaper, and claimed the killing of two American soldiers in Iraq.
Citing the example of Nusaybah bint Ka’ab, a historic figure in Islam recognized for her participation in the Battle of Uhud, the Islamic State (IS) urged Muslim women in the 100th issue of al-Naba newspaper to fight in the battlefield alongside men in order to defend the group.
The Islamic State (IS) urged its supporters in the West as well as fighters in the battlefields to "intensify" their efforts in the 100th issue of al-Naba newspaper.
The Islamic State (IS) featured an infographic on the Las Vegas attack in the 100th issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and indicated that the shooter, “Abu Abdul Barr al-Amriki” had converted to Islam six months ago.
In the 99th issue of its newly-designed al-Naba weekly newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) reported on the launch of a military campaign named in honor of former spokesman Abu Muhammad al-'Adnani, and in an infographic, tallied operations in Sinai in a one-year period.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed that a “security detachment” planted explosive devices in Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France, causing its evacuation.
Regarding its use of drones and that of its enemy, the Islamic State (IS) discussed in the 97th issue of al-Naba newspaper how it continues to fight and adapt its techniques. It released the digital publication on September 14, 2017.
The Islamic State (IS) reported on its fighters resuming activity in Libya in the 96th issue of its al-Naba newspaper, and noted their proximity to the country’s Oil Crescent.
In the 95th issue of its al-Naba newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) published an infographic on the August 17, 2017 attacks in Spain, counting 120 killed and wounded.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in the 92nd issue of its al-Naba newspaper that its West Africa Province in responsible for the killing of nearly 70 “apostates” in an attack on an oil exploration team in northeast Nigeria.
Drawing from its July 31, 2017, suicide attack at the Iraqi Embassy in Kabul, the Islamic State (IS) directed a message to lone-wolf jihadists in Issue 92 of its al-Naba newspaper, stressing the importance of striking Western embassies and diplomats.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the July 5, 2017, drive-by shooting at a checkpoint in South Giza, Egypt, in the 90th issue of its weekly newspaper, al-Naba, and reported over 2,200 killed and wounded among Shi’ites in a 10-month period in Baghdad.
The head of the Islamic State’s (IS) “Department of Soldiery” discussed the Mosul battle in an interview in the 87th issue of the group’s al-Naba newspaper, claiming that preparations for the engagement that has been ongoing since October 2016 were made as soon as the IS seized control over the city in June 2014.
In the 87th issue of its al-Naba newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing more than 74 Chadian, Nigerian, and Cameroonian soldiers in several operations within one week.
In the 85th issue of its al-Naba newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) discussed a strategy of weakening the enemy coalition against it through prolonging the war and waging individual strikes on its member states.
The Islamic State (IS) identified the noms de guerre of the five fighters who carried out the June 7, 2017, attack in the Iranian capital, Tehran, in the 84th issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and provided a photo of the assembled group, in addition to giving details of the operation.
The Islamic State (IS) described the May 22, 2017, bombing at the Manchester Arena in Britain as a “new lesson for the tyrants of the Crusader states” in the 83rd issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and threatened additional strikes to come.
The Islamic State (IS) identified in al-Naba 81 the fighter who perpetrated the May 15, 2017, suicide bombing at the Rukban refugee camp on the Syria-Jordan border, and reported ten dead among the Usud al-Sharqiya division of the New Syrian Army.
In issue 81 of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) provided an infographic breaking down its “Islamic Currency,” and included an article from its Treasury Organization’s leader, calling on Muslims to “get rid” of all paper currency.