The Islamic State (IS) released a video of British captive John Cantlie giving a tour inside the city of Mosul in Iraq's Ninawa province, including his visiting a marketplace and hospital, and driving a car and IS police motorcycle.
13th Issue of AQAP Magazine Specifies Individuals and Companies as Targets, Provides Bomb-Making and Security Bypassing Manuals
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released the 13th issue of its English magazine "Inspire," wherein it restated that its goal to assist in the “Jihad on America" and provided such information as a detailed manual to make a hidden bomb and a list of specified economic targets.
Upon the Islamic State’s (IS) capture of a downed Jordanian fighter pilot identified as First Lieutenant Mu’adh Yusuf al-Kasasbeh, jihadists on Twitter have begun celebrating the event and speculating what his treatment will be.
The U.S. Senate's report on the CIA's post-9/11 interrogation tactics, which included graphic accounts of torture, has ignited an overwhelming response from the online jihadist community, with many calling for retaliation against the U.S. and promoting jihad.
The Islamic State (IS) released a video from a Canadian fighter identified as "Abu Anwar al-Canadi" calling upon his fellow Muslim countrymen to carry out lone-wolf attacks and take Martin 'Ahmad' Rouleau as an example, who travel to join the ranks of the group.