The following are some of this week's reports from the MEMRI Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM) Project, which translates and analyzes content from sources monitored around the clock, among them the most important jihadi websites and blogs. (To view these reports in full, you must be a paying member of the JTTM; for membership information, send an email to [email protected] with "Membership" in the subject line.)
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EXCLUSIVE: Jihadi Social Media – Account Review (JSM-AR): D.C.-Area Rapper And Drug Dealer Expresses Support For ISIS Online And In Court; Pondered Attack While Working At Sports Stadiums Including Nationals Park, FedExField, And Capital One Arena
Platform: Facebook, Instagram
On June 29, 2019, the Islamic State (ISIS) Khurasan Province released the latest instalment in the recently launched ISIS video series And the [Best] Outcome is for the Righteous, showing various local fighters renewing their pledge of allegiance to organization leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.
On July 1, 2019, it was reported that an airstrike by the U.S.-led Global Coalition to Defeat the Islamic State (ISIS) on the Rif Al-Muhandiseen area southwest of Aleppo had targeted a number of clerics from Al-Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, Hurras Al-Din.
Jundul Khilafah Hind, a branch of the Islamic State (ISIS) in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir, has published the first issue of a newsletter called The Voice, dated Shawwal 1440, corresponding to June 2019.
On June 21, 2019, Yemen Mufti Shamseddine Sharafeddine, who is affiliated with the Houthis, accused the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) of serving as an "intelligence tool" for the U.S. Israel, France, and the U.K., adding that its officials in Yemen send coordinates of Houthi fighters' locations to their enemies.
On June 28, 2019, the Islamic State (ISIS) in South Asia releases a statement claiming responsibility for today's attack on a military camp in southern Sulu province in the Philippines.
On July 2, 2019, a pro-ISIS Telegram channel published a video that included a jihadi nasheed and an out-of-focus image of a smiling man holding up a cellphone.
On July 1, 2019, the Islamic State (ISIS) in the Caucasus released a statement claiming responsibility for today's killing of a police officer in Achkhoy-Martanovsky District in Chechnya.
On June 26 and 27, 2019, a pro-ISIS media foundation released two new posters threatening the US, China, and Russia.
Supporters of the Islamic State (ISIS) released several posters celebrating the double suicide attacks that took place on June 27, 2019, in the city of Tunis, for which ISIS claimed responsibility. The posters also threaten further attacks in Tunis and urge Tunisian Muslims to wage jihad against the country's regime.
On June 30, 2019, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media group published a poster in Arabic and English on its Telegram channel warning ISIS members to exercise caution when dealing with smugglers and saying that the Assad regime has traced phone calls between smugglers and jihadi fighters.
On June 26, 2019, the recruitment department of the human resources division of Ansar Al-Din Front, an Al-Qaeda affiliate active in Syria, announced, in a poster published on a channel on Telegram, that it was offering six courses preparing enrollees for joining the Front.
An Islamic State in Jammu & Kashmir (ISJK) militant was killed and another wounded and arrested in clashes between ISJK and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in Anantnag district of Kashmir valley, Kashmiri media reported.
On July 1, 2019, the official media outlet of Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate Hurras Al-Din released a statement from the organization's general command condemning the previous day's airstrike southwest of Aleppo by the U.S.-led Global Coalition to Defeat the Islamic State (ISIS), which killed several of the group's clerics and fighters.
In recent days, and against the backdrop of the military campaign in Idlib, a Syrian rebel group has launched a recruitment and fundraising drive.
According to a report published by an Indian TV channel, in 2013 only 16 young Kashmiris took up arms, but that figure rose to 53 in 2014, 66 in 2015, 88 in 2016, 124 in 2017, and 214 in 2018, while the number of young Kashmiris who have joined militant groups in the first six months of this year is 50.
The Military Affairs Commission of the Islamic Emirate (the Taliban organization) has warned Afghan media networks to cease anti-jihad broadcasting or face retaliation from Taliban fighters.