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An article in the latest issue of a jihadi magazine published by the supporters of the Islamic State's Wilayah Hind ("India Province"), narrates how Muslims subjugated Hindus in Kashmir valley under the 15th-century ruler Sikandar Shah Miri aka Sultan Sikandar Butshikan, who was notorious for persecuting his Hindu subjects.
In recent days, supporters of the Islamic State (ISIS) have continued to issue calls for attacks on Christians during the holiday season.
Supporters of the Islamic State (ISIS) continue to release posters threatening Christians and Westerners during the Christmas season, as they do every year.
On December 26, 2020, a pro-Al-Qaeda agency published a brief article encouraging Muslims living in the West to carry out attacks during the holiday season.
On December 29, 2020, an Islamic State (ISIS) news agency released a video clip showing the execution of five Christian men who had been captured in northeastern Nigeria over the course of the previous week.
On December 18, 2020, the Syrian jihadi group Hay'at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) released a five-minute video clip showing the group's leader visiting two IDP camps north of Idlib.
In recent weeks various media have reported that an association that is affiliated with Hizbullah and is the subject of American sanctions is allowing its clients across Lebanon, who hold a dollar or local currency account, to withdraw these currencies from its ATMs.
Islamic State (ISIS) supporters on Telegram published posts and shared posters expressing jubilation at the Christmas day car explosion in Nashville, Tennessee, and called on the mujahideen to carry out lone-wolf attacks against the "crusaders," "the unbelievers," and the "atheists."
On December 23, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) outlet published an article in Arabic and English praising the perpetrator of the recent terrorist attack in Vienna and urging Muslims to incite others to jihad, if they are unable to personally engage in it.
On December 28, 2020, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) outlet released a poster urging Muslim youth to obtain the skills needed for launching cyber attacks that will cost the group's enemies billions of dollars.
On December 25, 2020, the Islamic State (ISIS) Sinai Province, or Wilayat Sinai, claimed responsibility for an attack on a gas pipeline linking Egypt and Israel.
A pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media outlet recently published a short essay by an ISIS supporter, calling for Muslims to mobilize and fight in the ranks of ISIS, postulating that all Muslims must unite under its banner.
On December 25, 2020, an outlet affiliated with a Myanmar-based militant group that pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS) in November 2020, released the first issue of its English-language magazine.
In recent days the Islamic State (ISIS) West Africa Province (ISWAP) has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly raids on Christian towns and villages in Nigeria.
On December 28, 2020, the Islamic State's (ISIS) Wilayat Khurasan, or Afghanistan Province, claimed responsibility for bombing a bus in Kabul, which carried employees of the Afghan Justice Ministry, killing and wounding several.
On December 23, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) outlet released a poster depicting the current leaders of the U.S., France, and the UK and declaring that these countries have been defeated by the coronavirus pandemic.
On December 29, 2020, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media foundation released a video downplaying the group's defeat and declaring that ISIS will reemerge soon.
A pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Uzbek jihadi called on Instagram promoted a Russian gun simulator app.
On December 28, 2020, a Shi'ite group claimed responsibility for an attack on a U.S. logistics convoy in southern Iraq.