The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) reports weekly on the methods used by extremists to exploit the Internet and social media platforms to recruit followers and incite violence. Last week, users of an 8chan successor site detailed a plot to target and harass the Zoom classes of students at a Jewish day school in Philadelphia, and encouraged other users to participate. Additionally, al-Qaeda issued a statement declaring the novel coronavirus to be a divine punishment that has “exposed the brittleness of a global economy dominated by the United States,” while ISIS released a new propaganda video from Syria showing combat footage and prisoner executions. Also, CEP identified a video created by neo-Nazi James Mason in which he urged his viewers to follow biblical prophecies and praised Hitler, additionally a neo-Nazi accelerationist Telegram channel that advocates for violence posted links to a non-affiliated group that offers instructions on how to build a pistol with 3D printed components. Finally, four Atomwaffen Division (AWD) videos were reuploaded to YouTube from an account linked to an AWD supporter group on Telegram.