- Pro-IS German Channels Redistribute Mohamed Mahmoud Video on Aafia Siddiqui, Call for Revenge
A network of pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channels forwarded a previously-published Mohamed Mahmoud (AKA Abu Usama al-Gharib) video about the history of Aafia Siddiqui and call for Muslims to avenge her.
- IS' 'Amaq Reports Copenhagen Police Shooter a "Soldier of the Islamic State"
'Amaq News Agency of the Islamic State (IS) reported that the individual who shot two police officers and a civilian in the Christiania neighborhood of Copenhagen, Denmark, is a "soldier of the Islamic State".
- Pro-IS Media Group Calls on Muslims in U.S. and Europe to Rise Up, Carry Out Lone Wolf Attacks
Addressing Muslims in America and several European countries including Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy, and Spain, the pro-Islamic State (IS) al-Thabaat ("Constancy") Media Foundation urged they rise up and carry out lone wolf attacks against "disbelievers".
- Jihadi Media Group al-Fursan Gives Biography of Slain Son of Top al-Qaeda Official Behind Danish Embassy Bombing in Islamabad
Al-Fursan Media Foundation, a newly-established jihadi media group, published a biography of a deceased son of slain al-Qaeda official Mustafa Abu al-Yazid, identifying the son as a planner of many "unique" operations, including the June 2008 suicide bombing at the Danish embassy in Islamabad.
- IS Supporter Continues Calls for Attack on Copenhagen Cartoon Event
An Islamic State (IS) supporter on Twitter continued calling for attacks on a Prophet cartoon exhibit in Copenhagen.
- IS Supporters on Twitter Call for Attacks on Planned Prophet Cartoon Exhibitions
Islamic State (IS) supporters and residents on Twitter called for attacks on planned Prophet cartoon exhibitions in Copenhagen, Paris, Madrid, and London.
- IS Supporter Offers Attack Methods and Targets for Westerners
An Islamic State (IS) supporter provided a series of methods and targets for lone wolf attacks in the West.
- Copenhagen Attacks Draw Support from Jihadists on Twitter
Jihadists and jihadist supporters on social media responded to the February 14, 2015 attacks on a cafe and synagogue in Copenhagen in celebration.
- Jihadists Regard Copenhagen Attack as Lone-Wolf Operation, Recall Threats to Lars Vilks
Jihadists promoted the deadly shooting at a free speech seminar in Copenhagen, Denmark, as a lone-wolf attack, and noted prior calls to assassinate Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who was in attendance.
- IS Fighter Solicits Incoming English, French Speaking Fighters to Join Westerner-Comprised Battalion
An alleged British fighter and recruiter with the Islamic State (IS) solicited English and French-speaking jihadists entering Syria to join a battalion of soldiers speaking the same languages.
- Pro-IS al-Battar Media Foundation Releases Alleged Video of Shooting of Dane in Saudi Arabia
The pro-Islamic State (IS) media group al-Battar Media Foundation released a video purporting to show the shooting of a Dane in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and identifying it as an operation by the "Supporters of the Islamic State in the Land of the Two Holy Mosques (Saudi Arabia)".
- Danish Fighter Identified Among 26 ISIL Suicide Bombers in Diyala
The Diyala division of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) identified a Danish fighter, "Abu Khattab al-Dinmarki," in a picture set featuring 26 suicide bombers who carried out attacks in the province.
- Jihadists Discuss Possible Locations of Next al-Qaeda Strike
Jihadists discussed possible locations of al-Qaeda's next strike and battlefront, with one suggesting attacks in the U.S. and Europe, and another believing a front will be opened in Lebanon.
- Al-Muhajireen Brigade in Syria Gives Video Bio of Slain Danish Fighter
The al-Muhajireen Brigade in the Levant released a video biography of Kenneth Sørensen (AKA Abu 'Aisha al-Dinmarki, Abdul Malik al-Dinmarki), a Danish fighter who was killed in the Jabal al-Turkman mountains in Syria's Latakia province on March 3, 2013.
- Writer Provides Additional Information about Danish Fighter Slain in Syria
Ahrar Press, an independent Arabic media organization, posted a story about the Danish fighter who was killed in the Jabal al-Turkman mountains in Syria's northern Latakia province on March 3, 2013.
- Jihadist Reports Death of Danish Fighter in Syria
A jihadist reported that a Danish fighter was killed in the Jabal al-Turkman mountains in Syria's northern Latakia province on March 3, 2013.
- IWISC Releases Text on Hitting Civilian, Corporate and Government Sites
The Somalia-based Islamic World Issues Study Center (IWISC) released a booklet that calls upon lone-wolves and small cells to target civilian sites and corporate and government interests.