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In April 2016, ISIS's online magazine Dabiq featured the Bangladesh ISIS commander sounding a rallying cry for Rohingya rights, while Al-Qaeda included Myanmar on a 2014 list of key targets. Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar, in one of the leading publications in that country, ...
The capture of the two remaining members of the jihadist “Beatles” have raised hopes of justice for the families of the hostages killed and the possibility of learning the whereabouts of the last one held, the British journalist John Cantlie. Sources close to the hostages' families said they were delighted by ...

Online jihadist propaganda attracts more clicks in Britain than in any other European country and the main internet companies are failing to curb it, a centre-right thinktank has said. Policy Exchange analysts have said that Islamic State is still producing, at a conservative estimate, about 100 items of new ...
ISIS (also known as the Islamic State, ISIL, or Daesh) noted in its magazine that the brother suicide bombers in the Brussels attacks were radicalized while imprisoned in Europe. The magazine, Dabiq, which is aimed at a Western audience, claims that Khalid al-Bakraoui followed the news about "atrocities ...
The militant group that calls itself the Islamic State has a far-reaching propaganda apparatus, and to Western audiences, the irregularly published magazine Dabiq might be one of its best-known products. Featuring high-quality production values and art design — as well as horrific details of various Islamic ...
The latest issue of an English-language ISIS magazine calls the British intelligence agency MI-5 “much-overrated,” applauds the San Bernardino mass murder, and offers a profile of the deceased executioner known as “Jihadi John.” The terror attack in San Bernardino is praised at the beginning of this ...

Security officials gearing up for Pope Francis' visit to America have stressed that there is no specific, credible threat against the pontiff — but for the second time in two years an ISIS propaganda magazine has singled him out for scorn. Dabiq is an English-language magazine aimed at U.S., British and ...
Copies of Islamic State's English-language propaganda magazine, Dabiq, have been pulled from the website of online retailer Amazon. Four different volumes were available for sale on the site, but in a statement to the BBC, Amazon said the product had now been removed. The author of the publications ...
The first issue of ISIS' magazine, Dabiq, was titled “The Return of Khilafah,” and it clearly framed the ISIS project as a violent rebirth of a mythologized form of the early Islamic caliphates. If you listen to jihadi music or read their other propaganda, it's all framed in this way. It's about restoring the lost dignity of ...
As far back as June 2014, when IS's momentum was at its peak, the group's magazine, Dabiq, was calling for its international supporters to engage in terrorist attacks. Rafaello Pantucci, of British defense think tank Royal United Services Institute, stressed that IS has existed, in one form or another, since the ...
In another case, Feinberg reported a page that presented itself as an online publication inspired by ISIS's notorious propaganda magazine, Dabiq , though in this instance it was called Dabiq Bangla News Agency. The page was apparently stylized to promote ISIS among the Bangladeshi community.
From this point on, Hoxha and Wright were in frequent contact via Paltalk and Skype's instant messenger service, sharing videos, issues of Islamic State's official magazine Dabiq, and news articles about the group and its activities. These conversations between Wright and Hoxha continued until April 2015, ...
Although, in a 2016 interview (pdf) with IS's propaganda magazine Dabiq, Hafiz Saeed Khan, the head of the group's Khurasan branch, altogether steered clear of India and focused more on what he called Pakistan's betrayal of the Kashmiri insurgent movement. When asked about the Afghanistan-based ...
ISIS produced the glossy online jihadist magazine “Dabiq,” for instance, following in the footsteps of the master propagandist and recruiter Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born extremist cleric and leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula who published the online terror magazine “Inspire,” and who was ...
Online jihadist propaganda attracts more clicks in Britain than in any other European country and the main internet companies are failing to curb it, a centre-right thinktank has said. Policy Exchange analysts have said that Islamic State is still producing, at a conservative estimate, about 100 items of new ...
ISIS (also known as the Islamic State, ISIL, or Daesh) noted in its magazine that the brother suicide bombers in the Brussels attacks were radicalized while imprisoned in Europe. The magazine, Dabiq, which is aimed at a Western audience, claims that Khalid al-Bakraoui followed the news about "atrocities ...
The militant group that calls itself the Islamic State has a far-reaching propaganda apparatus, and to Western audiences, the irregularly published magazine Dabiq might be one of its best-known products. Featuring high-quality production values and art design — as well as horrific details of various Islamic ...

The latest issue of an English-language ISIS magazine calls the British intelligence agency MI-5 “much-overrated,” applauds the San Bernardino mass murder, and offers a profile of the deceased executioner known as “Jihadi John.” The terror attack in San Bernardino is praised at the beginning of this ...
Published by hundreds of media outlets all around the world, the shocking images of the small child who died fleeing war and terror in his homeland has stirred the conscience and emotions of Europe. So the photo's appearance in the latest edition of the Islamic State group's propaganda magazine, Dabiq, ...
Copies of Islamic State's English-language propaganda magazine, Dabiq, have been pulled from the website of online retailer Amazon. Four different volumes were available for sale on the site, but in a statement to the BBC, Amazon said the product had now been removed. The author of the publications ...
As far back as June 2014, when IS's momentum was at its peak, the group's magazine, Dabiq, was calling for its international supporters to engage in terrorist attacks. Rafaello Pantucci, of British defense think tank Royal United Services Institute, stressed that IS has existed, in one form or another, since the ...
Although, in a 2016 interview (pdf) with IS's propaganda magazine Dabiq, Hafiz Saeed Khan, the head of the group's Khurasan branch, altogether steered clear of India and focused more on what he called Pakistan's betrayal of the Kashmiri insurgent movement. When asked about the Afghanistan-based ...
ISIS produced the glossy online jihadist magazine “Dabiq,” for instance, following in the footsteps of the master propagandist and recruiter Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born extremist cleric and leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula who published the online terror magazine “Inspire,” and who was ...
So far, few Muslim representatives have paid him much mind, but he has started a social media campaign to engage his critics more aggressively. His websites, though not officially violating any laws, are a vehicle for Islamic State propaganda, including its magazine Dabiq, as well as other online sources.
An undated photograph of a man described as Abdelhamid Abaaoud that was published in the Islamic State's online magazine Dabiq and posted on a social ...
An undated photograph of a man described as Abdelhamid Abaaoud that was published in the Islamic State's online magazine Dabiq and ...
According to an FBI agent, the Minnesotan expressed an affinity for both Al-Shabab's media wing and the ISIS magazine Dabiq. Afriqiya, in the ...
The group's online magazine Dabiq (later known as Rumiyah) and weekly online Arabic newsletter An-Naba', for instance, frame hijrah as a ...
An undated photograph of a man described as Abdelhamid Abaaoud that was published in the Islamic State's online magazine Dabiq and ...
Douglas Wilbur, a retired U.S. Army major, based his research on a sample of IS' official propaganda magazine, Dabiq. “In the field of ...
Yahya has written extensively for the terrorist group's gruesome magazine Dabiq. One of the popular pages Mr Kocoglu and Yahya are said to ...
... Abaaoud, bragged about evading arrest, despite traveling as a known affiliate of the group, during an interview with ISIS magazine Dabiq.
Then, two weeks later, ISIS released the twelfth issue of its now-discontinued magazine, Dabiq, providing its promised proof by showing the ...
Its other media outlets included Al-Hayat Foundation and the monthly online magazine Dabiq (since July 2014), which produced content in ...
Online jihadist propaganda attracts more clicks in Britain than in any other European country and the main internet companies are failing to ...
No one has been clearer on this matter than ISIS. In an article titled, “Why We Hate You & Why We Fight You,” published in Issue 15 of its online propaganda magazine Dabiq (since renamed Rumiyah), ISIS sought to clarify, under six enumerated points, the following: 1. We hate you, first and foremost, ...
The magazine, Dabiq, which is aimed at a Western audience, claims that Khalid al-Bakraoui followed the news about "atrocities against ...
... propaganda apparatus, and to Western audiences, the irregularly published magazine Dabiq might be one of its best-known products.
The latest issue of an English-language ISIS magazine calls the British intelligence agency MI-5 “much-overrated,” applauds the San ...
Copies of Islamic State's English-language propaganda magazine, Dabiq, have been pulled from the website of online retailer Amazon.
As chronicled in the Islamic State on-line magazine "Dabiq," "After capture, the Yazidi women and children were then divided according to the ...
ISIS made its anti-Christian intentions clear in its magazine Dabiq: “We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses, and enslave your women, ...
Sally Jones was a waste of space. The principal purpose of the former British punk rocker turned Islamic extremist was to titillate the British ...
Its other media outlets included Al-Hayat Foundation and the monthly online magazine Dabiq (since July 2014), which produced content in ...
On Instagram, the pro-ISIS account the.moderates.back posted the cover image of the Issue 15 of ISIS's defunct online magazine Dabiq.
... 'The Path to the Land of Battle' by an Al Qaeda figure, '39 Ways to Participate and Serve in Jihad', and copies of the IS magazine Dabiq.
For example, in Issue 11 of ISIS's flagship magazine Dabiq, published in September 2015, the author of an article titled “A Jihad Without ...
The 15th issue of the IS magazine Dabiq was entitled 'Break the Cross' and was dedicated to anti-Christian stories, and churches have been ...
... as its sympathizers, has employed the tactic in Nice, Berlin, Paris, and London and written about it in its English-language magazine, Dabiq.
According to the report, an interview published in ISIS' flagship magazine Dabiq named Shaykh Abu Ibrahim al-Hanif as the "amir of the ...


 

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