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Linked to this article is the Weekly inSITE on the Islamic State report for March 14-20, 2018, which offers a comprehensive analysis of trends regarding the group's military strategies, areas of activity, and media.
Introducing inSITE Regional, a new line of inSITE reports by the SITE Intelligence Group that analyze terrorism-related trends and developments in selected countries and regions.
Linked to this email is the Weekly inSITE on the Islamic State report for March 7-13, 2018, which offers a comprehensive analysis of trends regarding the group's military strategies, areas of activity, and media.
Highlights: HTS reports clashes with the regime’s army in Eastern Ghouta and in the southern countryside of Aleppo; encounters with JTS in the countryside of west of Aleppo and the countryside of Idlib where the group claimed taking control of a number of villages; reports of Russian and regime airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta.
Linked to this email is the Weekly inSITE on the Islamic State report for February 28-March 6, 2018, which offers a comprehensive analysis of trends regarding the group's military strategies, areas of activity, and media.
Highlights: HTS reports numerous encounters with JTS in the countryside of Idlib and Aleppo where the group claimed taking control of a number of villages; claims repelling an advance by the regime forces in northern Hama; reports of Russian and regime airstrikes in Ghouta region.
This inSITE report on Islamic State offers a comprehensive macro-analysis of the group's military strategies, locations, and tactics, describing pertinent and timely trends around the globe.
  SITE’s latest issue from its inSITE on al-Qaeda report series examines the group’s reestablished focus on Egypt following the country’s launch of a military campaign in Sinai, a bloody month from the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement in Somalia, and a potential AQ revival in Syria.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
SITE’s latest issue from its inSITE on Western Jihadists report series, spanning October 2017 to February 2018, discusses shifts in Western-aimed recruitment appeals by the Islamic State (IS) and how they differ from those of al-Qaeda (AQ) and its supporters.
  SITE's latest issue from its inSITE on al-Qaeda report series for January 2018 explores the competitive dynamics between al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Somalia and Yemen, the reemergence of AQ's name within fighting groups in Syria, as well as analysis of al-Qaeda Central's continued focus on the Syrian Civil War and its enmity with Saudi Arabia.
Facing factional rifts and territorial losses in 2017, terrorist groups such as ISIS and al-Qaeda are seeking alternative sources of income, and have more actively turned to social media and online forums to finance operations.  Increasingly, groups are turning their attention to financing mechanisms such as Bitcoin and crowdfunding to preserve anonymity and quickly raise funds from across the globe.  
Highlights: HTS leader Julani rallies fighters to battlefields, notes Jerusalem as ultimate objective; HTS claims killing over a dozen regime soldiers in the countryside of Idlib, further clashing with the regime and pro-regime forces in western Aleppo and in Daraa, while regaining control of two military locations near Sam’an, west of Aleppo; reports of Russian and regime airstrikes in the countryside of Idlib.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Highlights: HTS claims killing over 500 regime soldiers in 20-day period in the countryside of Damascus, clashing with the regime forces in the countryside of Idlib and killing over 30 regime and pro-regime elements while regaining control of two villages in the area; reports of Russian and regime airstrikes in the countryside of Idlib.
As the Islamic State (ISIS/IS) faces immense losses of territory in Iraq and Syria, almost every corner of its notorious propaganda machine—videos, photo reports, communiques, news briefs—has suffered in kind.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Highlights: HTS claims taking numerous villages in south Idlib as part of activities of the newly formed operation room in the area; and several villages in southern Aleppo following clashes against the regime forces; killing an unidentified number of regime and pro-regime militia forces during the clashes and taking a variety of war spoils; reports of Russian airstrikes in southern and eastern Idlib; and regime airstrikes in rural Idlib, Homs,
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Highlights: HTS claims killing over 80 regime soldiers in clashes in rural Hama, Aleppo, Latakkia, and in Western Ghouta; killing at least a dozen of IS fighters in the countryside of Hama and Idlib; reports of Russian airstrikes in southern Idlib, the countryside of Hama, and in Aleppo; and regime airstrikes in rural Aleppo and Idlib.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Linked to this email is an inSITE on al-Qaeda report for December 2017 providing comprehensive macro–analyses of AQ groups’ military activity and media output based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Highlights: HTS claims killing over a dozen of regime soldiers in clashes in rural Hama, Aleppo, and in Western Ghouta; killing at least 9 IS fighters in numerous encounters with IS in the countryside of Hama; reports of Russian airstrikes in southern Aleppo, northern Hama, and the countryside of Idlib; and regime airstrikes in surrounding Idlib, Hama, and eastern Qalamoun; rehab activities in Idlib and Aleppo.
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
Highlights: HTS claims killing over 25 regime soldiers in clashes in rural Hama, further battles with the regime forces in the southern and northern countryside of Aleppo, and in Western Ghouta; killing at least 12 IS fighters in the countryside of Hama; reports of Russian airstrikes in southern Aleppo, northern Hama, and the southern countryside of Idlib; and regime airstrikes in surrounding Idlib and in northern Latakkia; rehab activities in
The SITE Intelligence Group’s Weekly inSITE reports provide periodical macro-analyses of extremist groups based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research.
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