Weekly inSITE on Islamic State

Designed for government, academic, and policy makers in the counterterrorism field, as well as corporate and non-governmental clients operating in areas affected by ISIS/ISIL, the weekly inSITE on the Islamic State report provides macro-analysis based on official communiques, online chatter, media reports, and existing SITE research. This multimedia report covers all ISIS/ISIL attacks claimed worldwide, suicide operations, special features on military and propaganda campaigns.
Major retroactive military report from the Sahel claims multiple IS attacks against AQ’s Sahel-based JNIM dating back to late July.
IS’ West Africa Province continues operations against Red Cross in Nigeria, following recent justification of such attacks in Naba. 
‘Amaq claims “Islamic State soldiers” behind the vehicular and knife attack on police in Sousse, Tunisia. 
IS acknowledges the defeat of its fighters to Houthi militants in Bayda, Yemen, stating it will move into a new phase of jihad in the country.
Uptick in native lands Iraq and Syria following weeks of decline, including attack on Russian commander in the latter. 
Uptick in activity in Afghanistan and Yemen, with attacks on U.S. entities in the former. 
External reports confirm IS’ takeover of strategic port Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique, shortly after IS’ Central Africa Province claims major raid near the town.
The fourth wave of IS’ “Battle of Attrition” concludes with another week of uptick in attacks, including highly publicized prison raid in Afghanistan.
The fourth wave of IS’ “Battle of Attrition” leads to uptick in operations across the globe.
IS continues cross-border attacks into Chad from Nigeria.
IS continues cross-border attacks into Chad from Nigeria. 
IS’ West and Central Africa Provinces remain the most active contingents outside Iraq and Syria. 
IS’ Central Africa Province claims armed assault in Mocimboa da Praia, a town that sits 60km from important gas sites. 
Attack regiment across IS provinces continues to decline in wake of “Battle of Attrition,” with exceptions in Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Egypt. 
‘Amaq reemerges with more focused purpose, providing unique details and videos for IS’ most high-profile operations.
Global attacks highlighted by continuation (fourth consecutive period) of activity in long-dormant Libya.
IS claims its first operation in Indonesia since May 2018.
Al-Furqan Foundation issues the latest speech by group spokesman Abu Hamza al-Qurashi, where the official spoke on COVID-19 and the future of global jihad.
In the midst of Ramadan 2020, IS announced the third wave of its “Battle of Attrition” military campaign, claiming 80 operations across nine countries.
IS claims first suicide operation in Afghanistan since August 2019, targeting a funeral amid a resurgence dating back to February 2020.
Three attacks in the Philippines since the implementation of COVID-19 lockdown, with one specifically targeting quarantine personnel.
As Ramadan 2020 commences, IS claims its first suicide operation in Iraq since July 2019, targeting Iraqi intelligence headquarters in Kirkuk.
IS claims first ever attack in the Maldives, and its first in the Philippines since the country went into COVID-19 quarantine lockdown.
IS claims its first ever attack in the Dhale governorate of Yemen.
IS claims first attacks in Tunisia in 2020; sixth in Kashmir since resurfacing in February.
IS and its supporters continued to capitalize on COVID-19 pandemic.
IS and its supporters continued to capitalize on COVID-19 pandemic.
IS claims first suicide operation in Mali – targets French and Malian forces.
IS claims targeting presidential candidates in Kabul, Afghanistan.
IS claims its first-ever attack in Chittigong, Bangladesh – marking its second attack in the country since December 2019.
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