Banks and financial institutions were urged as “primary targets” by ISIS supporters promoting ISIS’ official rulings on “economic war” and theft to finance jihad.
Extremists claimed three acts of sabotage against the “Hypobank,” State Department of Finances, and the Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft (BIG) in Salzburg, Austria.
Anti-capitalists claimed direct actions against Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citizens Bank, and Comcast in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia-based far-left extremists claimed three acts of sabotage on Wells Fargo ATMs.
An incendiary attack on a Santander Bank branch was claimed by anarchists in Madrid.
An anarchist cell claimed bombing a Santander Bank branch in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Pro-Palestinian anarchists threatening attacks on Irish banks, businesses, and multinational companies, claimed sabotaging four Bank of Ireland sites in Dublin.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) threatened Western and multinational companies operating in Tunisia and accused the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of foreign intervention.
Sabotage on a Deutsche Bank branch in Hamburg, Germany, was claimed by pro-Afrin extremists engaged in a “militant campaign” consistently targeting Deutsche Bank.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) threatened Western companies and enterprises operating in North Africa and the Sahel, especially those owned by French, and called on Muslims to boycott them.
Four Portland banks, including Chase, KeyBank, and two U.S. Bank branches, were defaced by May Day anarchists.
Yemen’s Houthi militants are threatening increased attacks against Saudi oil infrastructure and economic targets, following strikes on Jizan, a major Aramco site.
Houthi militants launched ballistic missiles on Aramco facilities in Jizan, Saudi Arabia.
Eco-extremist group Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) claimed bombing a Banco Azteca ATM near Mexico City.
Two acts of vandalism on Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank branches in Germany were claimed by pro-Afrin extremists.
Eco-activists called for direct action against eight financial institutions funding the Bayou Bridge Pipeline, and provided a map and location information of “primary targets.”
Zakir Musa, the head of the al-Qaeda (AQ)- aligned Kashmir-based Ansar Ghazwa-ul-Hind, called on fighters and "every able youth" to participate in jihad against India and, in particular, strike army patrols, companies associated with the Indian government, and foreign companies seeking investment opportunities in India.
The eco-extremist Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) Mexican branch asserted responsibility for various crimes, allegedly in response to rising gas prices.
Anarchists claimed “coordinated incendiary attacks” against Banco Estado branches in Santiago, Chile.
As the al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliated Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimeen (NIM) becomes increasingly active in Mali, foreign energy companies operating in the region remain at high risk.