Saturday, February 14, 2015

Hayat Boumeddiene in Dabiq and Dar al Islam

I believe the more you know the better off you are, especially in America's 'Free Society.' 

If you haven't been reading DABIQ, you don't know jack about ISIS - the org has released Issue 7 of Dabiq, in English.

  •  You can read the 83-page PDF version here. Anyone wishing to view the publication should conduct a search, as the sites making copies available are either being knocked offline or forced to delete the files. If there is anything that particularly interests you, let me know in the comments area.
The new release discusses ISIS' latest atrocities (the killing of the Japanese hostages and Jordanian pilot) and profiles Kosher Market killer Amedy Coulibaly. It ends with John Cantlie, who writes:
Despite being a prisoner, I’ve been shown respect and kindness, which I haven’t seen from my own government. Even if I had the choice, could I honestly return to and live in a country that disowned the other Britons, all their families, and myself so contemptuously?
Hayat Boumeddiene, Widow of dead French terrorist Coulibaly, is interviewed both in Islamic State French-language magazine «Dar al Islam» (GO TO PAGE 11) and English counterpart Dabiq (ABOVE).

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