inSITE Reports

AQ media continues to adapt to a changing distribution landscape amid an ongoing Telegram crackdown on jihadist media.
Telegram continues to stifle IS communications and propaganda distribution –  IS central media persists in production regardless.
Amid mass deletions of AQ Telegram channels, groups seek alternative platforms for media distribution.
Europol-led campaign temporarily dismantles portions of IS’ media outfit on multiple platforms.
AQIM releases first media in three months, while Mali-based contingent JNIM remains militarily active.
IS claims attacks in seven countries (sans Iraq and Syria), highlighted by persistence in Mozambique, and operations in Somalia and Yemen following a month’s absence. 
Mali-based JNIM returns to the fold after month-long absence.
IS claims first attack in Tajikistan in 2019. 
Shabaab releases high-profile video showing group leader among soldiers in the battlefield calling for attacks on U.S. interests.
IS claims significant casualties and death of French soldier as the result of high-profile attacks in Mali.
AQ supporters and linked ideologues immediately responded to reports of the death of IS leader Baghdadi.
IS confirmed the death of leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, and announced a new “Caliph,” in a speech given by the group’s new spokesman.
Operations in Syria back to normative levels amid five-day ceasefire between Turkey and Kurdish SDF.
AQAP releases third and final episode of widely publicized “Demolishing of Espionage” video series. Shabaab claims second maritime attack in 2019 – along coast of Merca in Somalia.
Operations in Syria back to normative levels amid five-day ceasefire between Turkey and Kurdish SDF.
Shabaab shown to be most prominent and important of branches in AQ infrastructure.
Amid major shift in Syrian war, and resulting destabilization, IS capitalizes by increasing operations across five governorates.
Significant operations claimed by Shabaab in Somalia, and JNIM in Mali.
Claims in five countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in the Philippines, Nigeria, and Afghanistan.
Shabaab continues to increase attack sophistication and coordination, targeting a U.S. military base near Mogadishu, Somalia. ...
Claims in eight countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in Afghanistan, Central Africa (Mozambique and DRC), and the Philippines.
Claims/media in 6 countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with retroactive reports from Burkina Faso and Mozambique.
Attacks in four countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Philippines.
Attacks in six countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in Afghanistan, Nigeria, and the Philippines. ...
Shabaab continues to focus on foreign entities and high-level military targets. 
Attacks in eight countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Chad. Tensions between IS and AQAP in Yemen reach a head.
Attacks in six countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable high-casualty assault on AQAP fighters in Yemen.
Attacks in six countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with the most notable instance being IS’ suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Attacks in six countries (sans Iraq and Syria), with notable instances in Mozambique and Afghanistan. IS continued and ultimately concluded its renewed “Battle of Attrition” military campaign.
Shabaab continues to focus on foreign entities and individuals. JNIM claims first attack in two months – a suicide operation on a French military base.
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