A tutorial on making home-made black powder was posted to an Indonesian jihadi Facebook profile along with a photo of crude home-made mortars.
Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters distributed a statement, allegedly from the IS-aligned Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT) group, calling supporters to join the cause through attacks in Poso.
A speech from Mujahidin Indonesia Timur’s (MIT) deceased leader recruiting Indonesians for attacks in Indonesia and abroad is being redistributed by Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters.
Members of Indonesian-language Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked groups have recently started posting profile links to the Russian social media platform VK to disseminate IS media, along with posts encouraging other users to do the same.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group issued a poster threatening Indonesian officials, in particular, Indonesia’s National Police Chief who is depicted being executed.
A silver acetylide detonator tutorial and infographic were distributed by an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Telegram channel as part of a series of detonator tutorials.
An HMTD detonator video and accompanying text tutorial was distributed by an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian Telegram channel as part of a series of detonator tutorials.
Social media accounts of users claiming to be part of an Islamist militant organization based in the Philippines have threatened “kuffar” with explosives, sharing photos of multiple home-made explosives and weapons.
A Facebook user who claims to be a member of an Islamist militant organization based in the Philippines threatened to behead Muslim women seen dating Christian men and jail men for drugs and alcohol use.
An Indonesian group uses social media to incite for jihad, violence, and recruitment for Islamic State (IS/ISIS), posted on Instagram, Telegram, and shared on Facebook.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian Telegram channel published a series of detonator tutorials starting with TATP detonators.
A call for the creation of an Islamic State (IS/ISIS) syllabus/curriculum to aid jihadists in Indonesia was posted on an IS-linked WhatsApp group.
An Indonesian translation of a message for “lone wolves” inciting and advising on how and where to carry out attacks on public spaces and government buildings in Western countries was disseminated by Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters on December 26, 2018.
Users in an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian WhatsApp chatgroup discussed the procedure required in order to pledge allegiance to the group.
A terrorism manual providing “lone wolves” with information on how to kill people with bare hands was shared by an Islamic State (IS?ISIS) Indonesian group.
An Islamic State (IS/ISIS) Indonesian group that disseminates terrorism manuals promoted an Indonesian translation of a “lone wolf” manual using examples of attacks against America.
Calling for the unification of “all Muslims in the world,” users in an IS Indonesian WhatsApp chatgroup incited jihadists to travel to China to fight against the government.
A popular Indonesian Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group called on supporters to use Instagram to disseminate IS media.
A gun was listed for sale on an IS-linked WhatsApp group exclusively to Islamic State (IS/ISIS) supporters willing to use it.
Members of an Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked group on WhatsApp engaged in a discussion urging each another to carry out attacks and to participate in Jihad, urging for attacks on prisons in particular, as well as condoning the use of children in combat.