Latest Reports

AQAP confirms the death of leader Qassim al-Rimi – AQ branches quick to capitalize with eulogy messages.
Retroactive Naba claims continue from the Sahel.
Shabaab claims significant spike in activity, including multiple suicide operations in Somalia.
IS claims first attack in Afghanistan since its reported ousting in November 2019. 
Shabaab claims targeting Chinese economic interests in Kenya – returning to Manda Bay, the site of last month’s raid on a U.S.-occupied base. ...
IS claimed its first attack in Kashmir in eight months, breaking a silence seen since India imposed an Internet blackout on the region.
AQAP releases posthumous speech from leader Qassim al-Rimi, who claimed the group’s responsibility for the December 2019 terrorist attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. The speech was released on the heels of reports of al-Rimi’s death in a U.S. drone strike. Shabaab lauded AQAP on its operation on U.S. soil, calling for further ‘lone-wolf’ operations. A preview of the table of contents follows: Click below to download the rep
IS’ ‘Amaq labels Streatham, London stabbing perpetrator an “Islamic State fighter.” IS-linked groups celebrate and further incite.
JNIM increased its operational magnitude by a notable level for the first time in months, with attacks spanning from Mali to Burkina Faso.
IS’ al-Furqan Media Foundation published second speech from group spokesman Abu Hamza al-Qurashi. IS-linked groups capitalize.
Shabaab attacks Turkish nationals in Somalia for second consecutive period, with VBIED suicide operation in Afgoye.
IS releases execution videos from Egypt and Nigeria, with the latter relating to the group’s continued focus on targeting Christians.
Shabaab maintains strong presence in Kenya, targeting Christians and Safaricom buildings.
IS continues surge in the Sahel region of Africa, with mass casualties resulting from broad armed assault in Niger, and multiple media pieces pertaining to Burkina Faso. 
Shabaab continues to claim high-profile operations across its areas of operations, taking responsibility for the suicide raid on U.S.-occupied Camp Simba in Kenya, and two bombings (one suicide) in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Operations in Iraq and Syria decline significantly following the conclusion of the group’s “Revenge Invasion” military campaign, but Syria incurs atypical tactic.
IS continues and ultimately concludes “Revenge Invasion” military campaign, with attacks this period across five countries, including an unprecedented VBIED suicide operation in Burkina Faso.
Just weeks after its widely publicized attack on SYL hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu, Shabaab claimed targeting SNA forces outside a hotel in Galkayo.
IS launches “Revenge Invasion” military campaign across seven countries, with notable upticks in Syria, Iraq, and Nigeria. Supporters issue promotional material for campaign.
Following its high-profile suicide raid on SYL Hotel in the capital Mogadishu last period, Shabaab reported a standard activity regiment across Somalia and Kenya.
IS continues to grow in the Sahel, claiming responsibility for the widely publicized raid on Inates military base in Niger, and releasing a video showing the executions of soldiers in Mali. Iraq Province releases video focused on operations in Salah al-Din. IS-linked groups engage in annual incitment campaign for attacks in the West during the holiday season. A preview of the table of contents follows: Click below to download the report.
Shabaab continues to target prominent hotels in high-profile operations, claiming recent SYL raid in Mogadishu. Group also releases 16th episode of "Disperse Those Who are Behind Them" video series.
IS claims seventh attack Bangladesh in 2019.
SITE’s latest inSITE on Technology and Terrorism report details the far-right’s coordinated move to Telegram Messenger and gives in-depth quantitative breakdowns of how the movement is growing and unifying on the platform.  
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. 
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