- IS-linked Group Depicts Brandenburg Gate Ablaze, Truck from 2016 Christmas Market Attack to Threaten Berlin
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group depicted the Brandenburg Gate ablaze and the truck from the IS-inspired December 2016 Christmas market attack to to threaten the German capital, Berlin.
- IS-aligned Group Gives Biography of Alleged German Recruiter, Media Figure
A foreign-fighter centric Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published a biography of an alleged German fighter who served as a media figure and an online recruiter of European Muslims. Al-Muhajireen Foundation posted the biography of "Abu al-Wafa' al-Almani" on Telegram on January 9, 2019.
- IS-aligned Group Reminds of 2016 Berlin Christmas Market Attack in Poster Warning of "Retribution"
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group reminded of the 2016 vehicular attack at a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, in a posting warning of "retribution" to come.
- German Channel Calls Hijrah a Duty for Muslims Worldwide Living Under “Kuffar”
A German pro-Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) channel published a graphic inciting Muslims living under “Kuffar” [disbelievers] to immigrate.
- IS Supporters Incite Holiday Attacks, Threaten with English, French, and German Posters
With the arrival of Christmas and the approach of New Year's Eve, Islamic State (IS) supporters continue to incite lone-wolf jihadists to act and threaten attacks, publishing posters in English, French, and German.
- IS Supporter Threatens "Berlin Will Burn"
An Islamic State (IS) supporter published a posted threatening "Berlin will burn".
- IS Supporter Dismisses Concrete Barriers as Method to Prevent Attacks on Christmas Markets
An Islamic State (IS) supporter dismissed the measure taken by European security agencies of placing concrete barriers outside Christmas markets to prevent vehicular attacks similar to that in Berlin, Germany, in December 2016.
- Pro-IS German-Language Channels Circulate Incitement for ‘911 After Show Party’ for AfD in Germany
Pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channels circulated a message inciting for violence against Alternative for Germany (AfD), a right-wing populist and Eurosceptic political party in the country, suggesting the use of gasoline and fire with the hashtag “#911AftershowpartyForAfD.”
- IS Claims Credit for Ramadan Attacks in Paris and Brussels, Calls to Strike Western Economies and Kidnap Children
In the 11th issue of its Rumiyah magazine, the Islamic State (IS) for the first time claimed credit for the June 19, 2017, attack in Paris, France, and the bombing in Brussels, Belgium, the following day, and called to strike Western economies, to kidnap children, and to kill a German national.
- IS Identifies German as “Martyr” in ar-Raqqah
The Islamic State (IS) identified a German man as a “martyr” in its ar-Raqqah Province in Syria.
- Iranian, Russian, Turkish, and Turkmen Children Execute Prisoners in Grisly IS Video, Call for Attacks
Al-Jazeera Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a grisly video featuring Iranian, Russian, Turkish, and Turkmen children brutally executing prisoners and calling for and threatening attacks in their native lands and the West.
- Pro-IS Telegram Channel Calls for Attacks in Germany, Advises on Attributing Attacks to IS
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel forwarded calls for attacks in Germany, advising how to combat targets and claim responsibility on behalf of IS.
- Pro-IS German-Language Telegram Channel Returns, Incites Lone-Wolves, Solicits Pledges, Pictures, and Video
Following a nearly three-month absence, a pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel returned, inciting for attacks in Germany, forwarding IS propaganda, and requesting videos of pledges to IS and lone-wolf operations to be sent through a new, specialized bot.
- IS Releases 7th Issue of Rumiyah Magazine, Calls to Kill Targets in Germany and Austria
The Islamic State’s (IS) al-Hayat Media Center released the 7th issue of Rumiyah magazine, featuring in the English version an article by a Finnish woman, and in the German edition, a piece inciting to kill “imams of disbelief” in Germany and Austria.
- Abu Sayyaf Group Releases Video of Beheading German Jurgen Kantner
After the expiration of the ransom deadline, the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group beheading German national Jurgen Kantner and released a video of it.
- IS French Media Division Incites to Copy Berlin Vehicular Attack
A French-language media division of the Islamic State (IS) published a graphic inciting supporters to copy the vehicular attack that was carried out the German capital, Berlin.
- Jihadist Calls in Video to Kill Bengali Authors, Bloggers in America and Europe
A jihadist called on Muslims in America and Europe to kill five male and female Bengali authors and bloggers accused of insulting Islam and its sanctities.
- IS' 'Amaq Releases Video of Berlin Attacker Pledging to Baghdadi, Desiring to Avenge Slain Muslims
After acknowledging the death of Berlin attacker Anis Amri in a shootout with Italian police in Milan, the Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency released a posthumous video of the man pledging to the group and declaring his desire to avenge Muslims slain in airstrikes.
- IS' 'Amaq News Agency Acknowledges Death of Berlin Attacker in Milan
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the executor of the vehicular attack in Berlin, Germany, was killed in a shootout with Italian police in Milan.
- ‘Amaq Reports Attack in Berlin Carried Out by “A Soldier of the Islamic State”
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the December 19, 2016 vehicular attack on a Christmas Market in Berlin, Germany was carried out by “a solder of the Islamic State.”
- German-Language Pro-IS Telegram Channel Incites for More Attacks Similar to Berlin Christmas Market
Following the December 19, 2016 vehicular attack on a Christmas Market in Berlin, Germany, a pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel incited for similar attacks and instructed future lone wolves to send their pledge of allegiance “immediately before the operation” through its recently created contact bot.
- Jihadi Telegram Channel Offers Contact Info, Insists “This is Your Last Chance” to Migrate from Europe to Syria
A German-language Telegram channel run by an alleged jihadi migrant in Syria urged for migration of European Muslims, stating “this is your last chance to get out of there,” and offered an email address to contact for further “details.”
- Pro-IS German-Language Telegram Channel Creates Contact Bot for Followers
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-Language Telegram channel created a specialized bot in response to inquiries regarding contact.
- Following Trump’s Announcement for a Muslim Registry in U.S., a German Jihadist in Syria Calls for Migration to Muslim Lands
Following U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s announcement that he intends to have all Muslims in the country on a registry, a German-speaking jihadist in Syria called for migration to Muslim lands, stating, “you should not wait until the worst occurs.”
- ‘Amaq Reports Hamburg Stabbing Carried Out by IS “Soldier”
‘Amaq News Agency of the Islamic State (IS) reported that the stabbing of two people in Hamburg, Germany on October 16, 2016 was carried out by a “soldier of the Islamic State.”
- Jihadist Telegram Channel Requests German, Spanish, Other Language Translators for Outreach
A jihadist Telegram channel requested assistance from German, Spanish, French, Dutch, and other language translators for outreach material.
- Pro-IS German-Language Telegram Channel Tells Followers to Find “Courage” to Perform Lone-Wolf Attacks
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel posted a call for lone-wolf attacks, attempting to reassure those who want to perform attacks but cannot “the courage” to do so.
- Pro-IS German Channel Labels Harry Sarfo an “Apostate” and “Traitor," Calls for His Death
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel called for the death of former IS militant, Harry Sarfo, for making “a deal with the crusaders,” labeling him an “apostate” and “traitor.”
- Pro-IS Telegram Channel Supplies German Translation of Bomb Manual, Despite Advising to Keep it “Simple”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel supplied a German translation of a previously-released bomb manual, but advised against it, asserting lone-wolf attacks should be kept “simple” like with a knife or a car.
- 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.
- Pro-IS Telegram Channel Names "Apostates" to be Killed in “Germany and All Over the World”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel posted and forwarded several incitements to kill specific “apostates,” naming journalists, “spies,” and Muslim preachers, including German Islamic preacher, Pierre Vogel.
- Telegram Channel Calls for Lone-Wolf Attacks Using Knifes, Stones, Cars, and Train Derailments
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel incited Muslims to attack nonbelievers by using any means necessary so that they can “experience the war they started in the middle of their homes.”
- JFS Claims Freeing German Journalist and Her Baby from Captors
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) claimed that it freed German journalist Janina Findeisen and her baby from her captors in Syria.
- Belgian IS Suicide Bomber Appeals to Muslims in Belgium, France, and Germany in Posthumous Video
A Belgian suicide bomber appealed to Muslims in Belgium, France, and Germany in a posthumous video released by the Islamic State (IS), calling on them not to fear death but to seek it.
- German Jihadi Media Group Redistributes 2010 IMU Speech, Calls on Mothers to Encourage Sons to Fight
A German jihadi media group released a section from a previously-published video from a German Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) fighter calling on mothers to encourage their sons to fight.
- German Jihadist in Syria Recruits “Single Sisters,” Provides Contact Information
A German speaking jihadist living in Syria called on “single sisters” to migrate to the country, detailing options and expectations, and providing an email address for further questions.
- German IS Fighter Gives Story of His Conversion and Immigration, Calls for Lone-Wolf Attacks in West in Video
A German fighter in the Islamic State (IS) presented in a video his conversion from Christianity to Islam and his story of immigration, and called on lone wolves in the West to attack.
- Telegram Channel Warns Non-Arabic-Speaking Migrants in Syria of Potential Airstrikes
Jihadists on social media promoted a Telegram channel purposed to warn non-Arabic-speaking jihadi migrants of potential airstrikes based off of intercepted “enemy” communications.
- Afghan Taliban Claims Killing of U.S., German, and British Nationals Escorted by ANA Convoy
The Afghan Taliban reported the killing of American, British, and German nationals, among others, near the Chishti Sharif District in Herat Province.
- Telegram Channel Urges German Muslims to “Seek out a Contact” and Leave for Syria
A German-language Telegram channel run by an alleged jihadi migrant in Syria called for Muslims in Germany to obtain migration contacts and leave for Syria.
- IS Promotes Attacks in America, Bangladesh, France, and Germany in Naba 41
The Islamic State (IS) promoted its attack at the Holey Artisan café in Bangladesh, and the lone-wolf attacks in its name in America, France, and Germany in an infographic published in al-Naba newspaper.
- IS Gives Biography of Ansbach Suicide Bomber in Weekly al-Naba
The Islamic State (IS) released a biography of the July 24, 2016 Ansbach, Germany suicide bomber, Mohammed Daleel (AKA Abu Yusuf al-Karrar), in its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and provided a transcription of his message calling for more lone-wolf attacks.
- IS’ ‘Amaq News Agency Video Allegedly Shows Ansbach Suicide Bomber Claiming Attack, Calling for More
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency released a self-recorded video allegedly of Ansbach, Germany suicide bomber Mohammad Daleel with his face concealed, claiming his attack and calling for more.
- Alleged Picture of Ansbach Suicide Bomber Mohammad Daleel Posted by IS’ ‘Amaq News Agency
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency provided a picture of who it alleged to be Mohammad Daleel, the July 24, 2016 Ansbach, Germany suicide bomber.
- German Pro-IS Telegram Channel Incites Muslims to Kill Pierre Vogel
A German-language pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel called on Muslims in the country to kill German Islamic preacher, Pierre Vogel, following his announcement to hold a demonstration against the group.
- IS’ ‘Amaq News Agency Reports Ansbach Attack Was Carried Out IS “Soldier”
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the July 24, 2016 suicide bombing in Ansbach was carried out by an IS fighter.
- Telegram Channel Comments on Machete Attack in Germany, Calls for More Attacks
A jihadist Telegram channel called for lone wolf attacks following news of a reported machete attack by a Syrian refugee in Germany on July 24, 2016.
- Pro-IS Groups Urge Supporters Become Attackers and Not Spectators
Pro-Islamic State (IS) groups urged supporters to carry out lone-wolf attacks against "disbelievers" and become executors rather than spectators.
- IS al-Bayan Provincial News Recaps for July 20, 2016
The Islamic State (IS) released the July 20, 2016 English edition of its al-Bayan provincial news bulletin, which included recaps of operations in Syria, Iraq, Germany, Cameroon and Egypt.
- After Nice and Würzburg, IS Threatens More "Unique Operations" in Coalition States Fighting Against it
The Islamic State (IS) threatened more "unique operations" in "Cross states" participating in the coalition against it, in an article in its al-Naba newspaper on the attacks in Nice, France, and Würzburg, Germany.
- IS’ ‘Amaq News Agency Releases Video of Alleged Wuerzburg Attacker Identifying as “Soldier of the Caliphate”
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency released a video allegedly showing the July 18, 2016 Wuerzburg, Germany axe attacker, identifying him as Muhammad Riyad.
The two minute, 20 second video, released on July 19, 2016, was titled, “Germany – Video of the Islamic State Soldier Muhammad Riyad Who Carried out the Wurzburg Attack.” In it, Riyad identified himself as a “soldier of the Caliphate” and threatened further attacks by IS “in every village, city, and airport.”
The video came hours after ‘Amaq reported that the attack was carried out by an IS “soldier,” after which IS claimed the attack in its Bayan Radio news bulletin
- IS Includes Claim for Wuerzburg Axe Attack in Bayan Radio News Bulletin
After its 'Amaq News Agency reported that an Islamic State (IS) "soldier" perpetrated the axe attack on a train in Wuerzburg, Germany, the IS included the claim in its Bayan Radio news bulletin.
- IS' 'Amaq Says Axe Attack on German Train Carried Out by IS "Soldier"
Using language similar to its "claim" for the vehicular attack in Nice, France, 'Amaq News Agency of the Islamic State (IS) reported that the axe attack on a German train was carried out by an IS "soldier".
- German Pro-IS Telegram Channel Threatens Attacks “All Over the World” Following Attack in Nice
In the wake of the attack in Nice, France, a German-language pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel threatened that “faithful lions” will “terrorize the disbelievers in Europe, in the USA, Canada, Australia, and all over the world” in retaliation for the coalition bombings in Syria and Iraq.
- IS Supporters Celebrate Attack in Nice: “They Brought This to Themselves”
Pro-Islamic State (IS) accounts on social media celebrated the July 14, 2016 attack in Nice, France, wherein a driver crashed a truck into a crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day.
- Jihadi Telegram Channel Calls for Attacks in Berlin and Brussels to “Paralyse” Europe Following British Referendum to Leave EU
A jihadi Telegram channel expressed joy for the economic impact and fracturing of the EU following the British referendum to leave the political-economic union, and called for attacks in Berlin and Brussels to “paralyse” Europe.
- Pro-IS Al-Mourabitoun Media Recommends Application for Erasing Photo Metadata
“Al-Mourabitoun Media,” a German-language pro-Islamic State (IS) media group, forwarded an application and tutorial for the application allowing users to erase metadata from their cellphone photos before sharing them online.
- Woman Details Migration to Syria from Germany with Her Husband, Communication with Smugglers
An alleged jihadi woman provided a narrative of her migration from Germany to Syria with her husband, detailing communication with smugglers along the way.
- IS Video Negatively Portrays Life in Germany, Urges Muslim Refugees to Return
Al-Khayr Province, the division of the Islamic State (IS) for Deir al-Zour, Syria, released a video in which two individuals negatively portray life in Germany, and urge Muslim refugees to return to IS-controlled territories.
- Pro-IS Telegram Channel Forwards Email Address Offering Migration Advice
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel of a German woman allegedly living in Syria forwarded an email address offering advice to potential migrants.
- German-Language Telegram Channel Calls for Migration to Syria amid Renewed Offensive
A German-language jihadi Telegram channel called for migration to Syria amid a recently renewed offensive against regime forces in Syria.
- IS Affiliate Releases Video Version of German Chant Inciting Lone-Wolf Attacks in America, Europe, Russia
After releasing the audio of a German-language chant inciting lone-wolf attacks in America, Europe, and Russia, the Islamic State (IS) affiliate Furat Media published a video version with Arabic and Turkish subtitles.
- German-Language IS Chant Calls Europe its “Battleground,” Names Paris, New York, Moscow, and Berlin
Furat Media, an affiliate of the Islamic State (IS), released a German-language chant calling Europe its battleground and naming the cities of Paris, New York, Moscow, and Berlin.
- IS Media Affiliate Attacks German Islamic Preacher Pierre Vogel in Video
After the Islamic State (IS) identified German Islamic preacher Pierre Vogel as an "apostate" to be killed in Dabiq magazine, the IS affiliate Furat Media released a video focusing on Vogel and his statements where he "flattered the Crusaders and rebuked the mujahideen".
- Telegram Channel Demands More “Sacrifice” from German Muslims
A German-language jihadist Telegram channel demanded more “sacrifice” from Muslims in Germany, and criticized a perceived lack of radical preachers in the country.
- Pro-IS Jihadists Distribute Graphics Inciting German Muslims to Copy Brussels Attacks in Germany
Pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadists distributed graphics inciting German Muslims to draw inspiration from the Brussels attacks and strike Germany, showing, for example, Cologne Bonn Airport.
- Pro-IS Media Group Threatens Belgium, Germany, and UK in Video
Al-Thabaat ("Constancy") Media Foundation, a pro-Islamic State (IS) jihadi media group, released a video threatening that IS supporters will "invade" Berlin, Brussels, and London.
- German-Speaking Jihadi in Syria Forwards Contact Info for Migration Advice
A German-language Telegram account pertaining to an alleged jihadist in Syria shared a personal email address, offering advice for jihad and migration.
- IS Claims Two Suicide Bombings, One by German Fighter, on Kurdish Units in Shaddadi (Al-Hasakah)
Al-Barakah Province, the division of the Islamic State (IS) for al-Hasakah, Syria, claimed two suicide bombings, one of them executed by a German fighter, on Kurdish military units in the city of Shaddadi.
- IS’ al-Hayat Media Center Releases Bengali Chant “Story of a Mujahid”
Al-Hayat Media Center, the foreign language media division of the Islamic State (IS), released a Bengali chant entitled, “Story of a Mujahid”.
- Jihadists Campaign for Arrested German Preacher Sven Lau (“Abu Adam”)
Jihadists on social media campaigned for Sven Lau, a German Islamist preacher known as “Abu Adam,” following his December 15, 2015 arrest for allegedly aiding jihadists in Syria.
- Jihadis: Germany “Needs a Lesson” Following Entrance into Anti-IS Coalition
Jihadi users on Twitter threatened Germany in response to its decision to join an intensified anti-Islamic State (IS) military campaign with other Western nations in Syria.
- Jihadis: Germany “Needs a Lesson” Following Entrance into Anti-IS Coalition
Jihadi users on Twitter threatened Germany in response to its decision to join an intensified anti-Islamic State (IS) military campaign with other Western nations in Syria.
- German Fighter Denis Cuspert Congratulates “Caucasus Province” in IS Video
Furat, a Russian-language media affiliate of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, released a video featuring German fighter and former rapper Denis Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani, Deso Dogg) congratulating Caucasus Province for pledging to the group.
- Austrian Fighter Mohamed Mahmoud Calls for Lone-Wolf Attacks in Austria, Germany in IS Video
Austrian fighter Mohamed Mahmoud (AKA Abu Usama al-Gharib) appeared with a German colleague in an Islamic State (IS) video from Tadmur, shooting to death two captive soldiers and calling on Muslims in Austria and Germany to come to IS-held territories or wage lone-wolf attacks at home.
- IS Fighters and Supporters Call for Lone Wolf Attacks, Invoke Past Attacks
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters on Twitter made calls for lone wolf attacks, some of whom promoting past lone wolf attacks in doing so.
- IS Claims Seven Suicide Bombings in Beiji, Two by British and German Fighters
The Salah al-Din division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed seven suicide bombings in the city of Beiji, two carried out by British and German fighters, and others by two Dagestanis, a Kuwaiti, a Palestinian, and a Turkistani (Uyghur).
- British IS Fighter Echoes IS Spokesman’s Calls for Lone Wolf Attacks, Proposes Targets
An alleged British fighter with the Islamic State (IS) echoed IS spokesman Abu Muhammad al-'Adnani's January 26, 2015 speech, entitled, "Say, 'Die in Your Rage!'," wherein he called for lone wolf attacks in Western countries.
- Forum Members Discuss Charity Facilitators and Fighters’ Necessities in Syria
Due to the approaching Eid al-Adha holiday, members of a Turkish-language jihadist forum discussed some of the alleged jihadist-friendly reliable charity organizations that will facilitate donations to Syria.
- Message Attributed to Abu Sayyaf Group Threatens to Kill German Hostages Unless Ransom Paid, Support to U.S. Against IS Stops
A message attributed to the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf Group threatened that two German hostages will be killed unless it is paid a ransom and Germany stop its support to the United States against the Islamic State (IS).
- Jihadist Urges Lone Wolves in U.S. Carry Out “Aggressive and Sustained” Campaign, Target Politicians, Military Officers, Banking Officials, Journalists
A jihadist published a 17-page message in Arabic and English directed to Muslims in the United States as well as other Western countries, namely France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, calling for an “aggressive and sustained campaign of lone-wolf attacks” in response to U.S.-led military intervention against the Islamic State (IS).
- Shabaab Calls Muslims in India, Pakistan and the West to Jihad in “Mujahideen Moments” Episode 6
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement released the sixth episode in its "Mujahideen Moments" series, featuring fighters calling on Muslims in India, Pakistan, and Western countries, and particularly those in Minnesota in the U.S., to participate in jihad.
- IS Claims Suicide Bombing by German Fighter Among Attacks in Ninawa
The Islamic State (IS) claimed a suicide bombing by a German fighter, Abu Usama al-Almani, among several attacks to control areas of Iraq's Ninawa province and drive out Kurdish forces.
- German Fighter Visits Injured Colleagues in 4th Episode of IS’ “Mujatweets”
The Islamic State (IS) released the fourth episode in its "Mujatweets" video series, showing a German fighter visiting injured colleagues in a medical facility.
- Update: Jihadi Group Clarifies that the Killed Abu Talha al-Almani is not Cuspert
The "al-Battar Battalion" clarified that the Abu Talha al-Almani who was killed in a suicide bombing in Syria's al-Hasakah governorate is not Denis Cuspert.
- Jihadists Report Killing of German Jihadist Denis Cuspert in al-Hasakah
Jihadists are reporting that German rapper turned jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani, Deso Dogg) was killed in a suicide bombing on a house of foreign fighters in Syria’s al-Hasakah governorate.
- German Jihadist Shows What He Calls “Fun” Side of Jihad in Syria
German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani) demonstrated what he called the "fun" side of jihad while inviting Muslims to come join fighters in the battlefield in Syria.
- German Rapper Turned Jihadist Ruben Cuspert (Deso Dogg) Pledges to ISIL
German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani) announced his pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and explained his motivation, and called Muslims and fighters from all over the world to come to Syria to support the group.
- German IMU Spokesman Speaks on Slain Fighter Patrick Klaus in Video
Mounir Chouka (AKA Abu Adam), a German spokesman for the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), spoke about a slain German fighter identified as Patrick Klaus in a two-part video.
- GIMF Releases Second Episode in Series of German Jihadist Touring Syria
The Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) released the second episode in the "Rahmah" (Mercy) video series featuring German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani) touring Syria and introducing viewers to the life of civilians and foreign fighters.
- GIMF Releases First Episode in Series of German Jihadist Touring Syria
The Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) released the first episode is a new video series titled, "Rahmah" (Mercy), featuring German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani) touring Syria and introducing viewers to the life of civilians and foreign fighters.
- Afghan Taliban Claims Suicide Bombing on Germany Convoy in Kabul
The Afghan Taliban claimed inflicting deaths and injuries among ten German soldiers in a suicide bombing on their convoy in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
- GIMF Releases Video Interview with German Jihadist Denis Cuspert in Syria
The Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) released a video interview with German jihadist Denis Mamadou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani), discussing with him his going to jihad in Syria and his experiences there, and giving him a platform from which to call Muslims to the battlefield.
- German Fighter in ISIL Calls Muslims to Participate in Syrian Jihad
A German fighter identifying himself as "Abu Usama" called Muslims in Germany to come and participate in jihad in Syria in a video released by the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
- Former German Footballer Reportedly Killed in Syria
A 26-year-old German man who had played in the youth division of Germany's national football team and quit the sport and went to Syria for jihad, was reportedly killed amidst fighting in Aleppo.
- German IMU Spokesman Calls German Muslims to Do Jihad in New Series
Yassin Chouka (AKA Abu Ibraheem), a German spokesman for the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), encouraged German Muslims to become pious and to embrace jihad in a new video series called "Beloved Brother, Come to Your Senses".
- Millatu-Ibrahim Denies Death of Denis Cuspert (Deso Dogg) in Syria
The German jihadi group Millatu-Ibrahim denied reports that one of its leaders, Denis Mamdou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani, Deso Dogg), was killed in an airstrike on a Free Syrian Army site.
- Jihadi News Outlet Reports German Jihadi Denis Cuspert is in Syria
The jihadi news outlet ShamCenter released a preview of a forthcoming video about German jihadi Denis Mamdou Cuspert (AKA Abu Talha al-Almani), indicating that he is in Syria.
- Fighter Gives Story of Slain German Member of the al-Nusra Front
A member of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front presented a story about a German fighter who was killed during a raid in the eastern Ghouta of the Syrian capital, Damascus.
- German IMU Spokesman Praises Millatu-Ibrahim Officials in TIP Video
Yassin Chouka (AKA Abu Ibraheem al-Almani), a German spokesman for the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), praised Millatu-Ibrahim officials Mohamed Mahmoud (Abu Usama al-Gharib) and Denis Mamdou Cuspert (Abu Talha al-Almani) and gave them advice in an audio speech released by the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP).