- Video Surfaces of Alleged Murderers of Tourists in Morocco Pledging to IS
A video surfaced of the alleged murderers of two Scandinavian women in Morocco pledging to the Islamic State (IS).
- Moroccan IS Fighter Warns Abstainers, Deserters from Jihad of Religious Consequences in Video
The Islamic State's (IS) Barakah Province, a division for Syria's Deir al-Zour and Hasakah governorates, released a video of a Moroccan fighter warning abstainers from jihad of religious consequences for their inaction.
- IS Video Shows Several Suicide Bombings in Ninawa Recorded by Drones, Execution of Spy by Drowning
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) released a video showing footage of several suicide bombings recorded by drones, and also the beheading of one spy and the drowning of another.
- IS-Linked ‘Amaq Publishes First Interactive Infographic, Displays Charts for Suicide Attacks Around Kuwayris Airbase
As a new means of conveying Islamic State (IS) propaganda, the IS-linked ‘Amaq News Agency published its first interactive infographic, displaying charts and maps of “martyrdom-seeking operations” carried out around Kuwayris Airbase in Aleppo between September 17, 2015, and January 29, 2016.
- IS al-Bayan News Bulletin for May 31, 2015
The Islamic State (IS) released the English edition of its al-Bayan news bulletin for May 31, 2015, reporting on its attacks in Iraq, Libya and Syria, including the bombing of the Furqlus gas pipeline in Homs, and suicide bombings by Moroccan and Syrian fighters in al-Hasakah.
- IS’ Tripoli Province Claims Bombing at Moroccan Embassy in Libyan Capital
Tripoli Province, a division of the Islamic State (IS) in Libya, claimed a bombing at the Moroccan embassy in the capital.
- IS Claims Suicide Bombing by Moroccan Fighter on Iraqi Army Barracks Near Samarra
The Salah al-Din provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed a suicide bombing by a Moroccan fighter on Iraqi army barracks near Samarra.
- IS Publishes Photo Report on Suicide Bombings by Algerian and Moroccan Fighters Near Yabani Bridge in Anbar
The Anbar provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) published a photo report on suicide bombings by two Moroccan fighters and an Algerian on Iraqi forces stationed near the Yabani Bridge.
- IS Claims Suicide Bombings by Moroccans at Furqlus Gas Plant in Homs, Suicide Bombing by Tunisian in Kobani
The Islamic State (IS) claimed suicide bombings by two Moroccan fighters at the Furqlus gas plant in Syria's Homs governorate, and a suicide bombing by a Tunisian on PKK positions in Kobani.
- Jihadist Posts Alleged IS-Supporting Picture from Moroccan Police Officer
An Islamic State (IS) supporter on Twitter posted a picture of a Moroccan police uniform with a purported statement of support for IS.
- ISIL Gives Video Eulogy for Moroccan Commander Killed by al-Nusra Front
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a video eulogy for Abu Usama al-Maghribi, a Moroccan commander who was allegedly killed by the al-Nusra Front.
- Southern Iraq Division of ISIL Identifies Foreign Suicide Attackers
The Southern Iraq division of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a picture set of foreign fighters who carried out suicide attacks, including Moroccans, Tunisians, a Jordanian, and a Saudi.
- Moroccan-Led Jihadi Group in Syria Shows Scenes from Raid on Central Prison in Aleppo
The Sham al-Islam Movement, a Moroccan-led jihadi faction in Syria, released a video showing pictures of its fighters' participation in the multi-group raid on the central prison in Aleppo.
- Convicted Terrorists in Moroccan Prison Slam France, Go on Hunger Strike
A letter attributed to Stephane Ait Idir and Redouane Hammadi, two members of the "de Fes" cell who were convicted in the August 1994 shooting at the Hotel Atlas Asni in Marrakech, Morocco, criticized France for not working to release them from Moroccan prisons.
- AQIM Shariah Committee Member Calls Moroccans to Revolt, Support Prisoners
Abu Yahya al-Shinqiti, a member of the Shariah Committee of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), incited Moroccan Muslims to revolt against their government and support their imprisoned brethren.
- AQIM Incites Moroccans Against King Mohammed VI, Urges to Join Jihad
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) released a documentary-style video focusing on Morocco and the constitutional monarchy under King Mohammed VI, highlighting its alleged corruption and positions against Islam, and inciting Moroccan Muslims to take action and participate in jihad.
- East African Group Gives Biography of Slain Moroccan Fighter in Shabaab
In the sixth issue of its "Biographies of the Well-Known Martyrs in East Africa," an unnamed group of fighters in East Africa wrote about Hassan al-Toor al-Maghribi (AKA Abu Ibrahim), a Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement fighter from Morocco who was killed in an airstrike in Somalia's Lower Shabelle region.
- Jailed Once-Prominent Online Jihadist Addresses Moroccan King in Video
The London-based al-Maqreze Center for Historical Studies released a video from a once-prominent online jihadist who is currently incarcerated in Sale 2 Prison in Morocco, addressing Morocco's King Muhammad VI over charges against him.
- Former Moroccan Soldier in Mali Threatens Moroccan Government
An alleged former soldier in the Royal Moroccan Air Force who joined Tawhid and Jihad Group in West Africa and now resides in northern Mali, threatened the Moroccan government and soldiers against participating in military intervention.
- Moroccan Fighters in Mali Condemn Moroccan Government, Demand Ouster
A jihadist gave a message attributed to members of a Moroccan cell in northern Mali explaining the reasons they left Morocco, and condemning the government and calling for its ouster.
- Moroccan Jihadist Disputes Report about Dismantled Recruitment Cell
A jihadist disputed a report that the Moroccan Interior Ministry dismantled a cell that trained and recruited fighters for the conflict in northern Mali, claiming that he is one of the people mentioned in the report and that he is already in Mali.
- Al-Daraghem Media Foundation Announces Establishment
Al-Daraghem Media Foundation announced its establishment as a new jihadi media group, and one that is focused on Moroccan scholars, and Omar al-Haddouchi specifically, in a statement issued on jihadist forums on August 14, 2012.