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Dabiq

Islamic State Magazine Showcases Caribbean Jihadis Thwarting Local Police

The latest issue of the Islamic State (ISIS) magazine, Dabiq, features two stories on jihadis based in the Caribbean – one an interview, one an obituary – encouraging Caribbean islanders to abandon Christianity and join the jihad. In both stories, the jihadis in question boast of having been arrested, investigated, and ultimately released.

Islamic State to Liberal Politicians: Jihad Is Not ‘Senseless Violence’

In the latest issue of its online magazine, Dabiq, the Islamic State (ISIS) takes umbrage at Western politicians like President Barack Obama, who like to describe ISIS’ violence as “senseless.” On the contrary, ISIS argues, there is a relentless logic and religious justification to these atrocities, but Western leaders and media are afraid to discuss it.

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In Highlighting Afghanistan, Islamic State Mag Targets ‘Atheist Chinese’

In explaining the importance of Afghanistan to the Islamic State in an interview, the terrorist organization’s official English-language magazine, Dabiq, note the presence of “atheist Chinese” near Afghan borders as a threat to their international jihad. The group has recently increased its efforts to call the attention of the Chinese government toward them.

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Dabiq: Islamic State Advises Jihadi Widows Not to ‘Beautify’

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL)’s latest issue of Dabiq does not disregard its female readers, publishing a piece with advice for widows of jihadists. Various female jihadists write the article for the section “To Our Sisters.” The author of this issue provides the article with a more tame voice than previous issues.

Reuters

‘Dabiq’: Islamic State Praises San Bernardino Terrorists

The 13th issue of the Islamic State’s propaganda magazine, Dabiq, pays homage to Syed Rizwan Farook and his Pakistani-born accomplice wife Tashfeen Malik, the radical Islamic terrorist couple who together carried out the San Bernardino shooting massacre this past December.