“Al-Qaeda Electronic” Appoints Alleged Former AQI Fighter to Oversee Funding Efforts
The pro-al-Qaeda hacking group “Al-Qaeda Electronic” announced the appointments of its deputy leader and an individual to oversee its funding efforts, the latter of whom was allegedly a fighter in al-Qaeda in Iraq.
Islamic State Fighters Continue Calls for July 4 Attacks
Fighters and recruiters of the Islamic State (IS) have continued to issue threats and calls for violence during July 4 celebrations.
British IS Fighter Distributes Message Attributed to UK Family of 12 on Successfully Immigrating to "Caliphate"
A British Islamic State (IS) fighter and recruiter distributed a message attributed to a UK family of twelve claiming to have successfully immigrated to IS-held territory and exhorting Muslims to join them in the “Caliphate”.
The Baghdad division of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing and wounding more than 25 Popular Mobilization fighters in a car bombing in the southwest of the capital.
Fighters in Syria opposed to the Islamic State (IS) and supportive of al-Qaeda and its local branch, the Nusra Front, released the first issue of an English magazine ca [ ... ]
Al-Hayat Media Center, the foreign language media division of the Islamic State (IS), promoted the video of the group’s barbaric execution of spies by burning, dr [ ... ]
Sinai Province of the Islamic State (IS) issued a communique and photo report giving details of its coordinated strikes on July 1, 2015, in North Sinai, an operation it [ ... ]
- Nusra Front and Other Groups Announce Operations Room in Aleppo, Claim Attack
- IS al-Bayan News Bulletin for July 1, 2015
- IS’ Sinai Province Gives Update on Coordinated Strikes, Claims Besieging Police Station
- IS’ Sinai Province Claims Coordinated Strike with Three Suicide Bombings, Raids at 17 Locations in North Sinai
- Shabaab Publishes Photo Report on Lego Base Attack
- Jaish al-Islam Releases Video of Executing 18 IS Fighters
Al-Nusra Front: Breaking al-Qaeda's Forum Monopoly
By Rita Katz and Margaret Foster A recent move by al-Qaeda's wing in Syria, the al-Nusra Front, illustrates again the [ ... ]
Syrian Jihad: The Weakening of al-Qaeda's Leadership
By Rita Katz and Adam Raisman In an unexpected and unprecedented turn of events, al-Qaeda members and jihadists fro [ ... ]
Al-Qaeda-Affiliates Expand Online Platform to Twitter
By Rita Katz and Adam Raisman On December 5, 2013, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) joined the long list o [ ... ]
Similarities in Tactics in Major Attacks on Western Targets in 2013: A Look at Tigantourine and Westgate By Rita Katz and Margaret Foster Two of the most high-profile [ ... ]
- Brigades of Abdullah Azzam: Bringing the War into Lebanon
- The Westgate Attack: A New Trend in al-Qaeda Communication Strategies
- Shabaab Siege on Westgate is Culmination of Years of Threats to Kenya
- Jihadis Look For Gains In Egypt, Call For Armed Uprising
- U.S. Travel Alert Comes Amidst Recent Threats from al-Qaeda and its Affiliates
- PRISM and US Government Surveillance: No News to Jihadists
Two Islamic State (IS) supporters made direct and implied calls for lone wolf attacks, one of whom offering specific types of locations and methods of attack.
A high-profile Islamic State (IS) recruiter announced that he had begun to use the Threema messaging platform to facilitate emigration to the group.
Two Nusra Front supporters—one of whom an affiliated fighter in Lattakia—discussed the consequences of the Islamic State’s (IS) loss of Tal Abyad to K [ ... ]
Several alleged Westerners in Libya urged prospective Islamic State (IS) migrants to consider leaving for Libya instead of Syria.
- Radical British Islamist Preacher Blames Attack in France on Country’s Foreign Policy
- Non-IS Fighters Claim Increased Fuel Prices in Aleppo Amid IS “Cutoff”
- Woman Under IS Details Migration Stop in Turkey, Claims Irish and New Zealander Women with Group
- IS Fighter Forwards Rumors of Fighters Returning to Home Countries for Attack
- IS Fighter Promises Safety to Female Prospects, Details IS Financial Assistance Programs
- NF Fighter Claims Gradual Approach by Group in Implementing Shariah
A Twitter-based campaign threatening retaliation against the United States for intervention in Iraq continues to accelerate, and has featured threats issued to American [ ... ]
Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha, named as the American suicide bomber "Abu Hurayra al-Amriki" who carried out a suicide raid in Idlib, Syria on May 25, 2014, was active on soc [ ... ]
Purported English-speaking jihadi recruiters and foreign fighters in Syria have adopted the kik messaging program to assist in the recruitment and transportation of fig [ ... ]
Mouin Adnan Abu Dahir, one of the two suspects in the November 19, 2013, double suicide bombing near the Iranian embassy in Beirut, used a Facebook page in which he exp [ ... ]
- Syrian Faction Uses Facebook, Skype to Recruit Fighters
- Facebook Page Reports on Death of Alleged Bulgarian Jihadist In Pakistan
- Social Network Jihad: Madad News Agency on Facebook
- Tunisian Salafists on Facebook Launch "al-Salafiyya" Magazine
- Jihadists Discuss Idea of Jihadi Social Networking Website
- Social Network Jihad: The Shabaab al-Mujahideen on Twitter