This puts every single one of us at great risk!
The latest edition of the Islamic State Group’s online magazine, Rumiyah, reportedly contains horrifying ideas for how terror sympathizers living in the West could kill non-Muslims.
According to the Middle East Media Research Institute, the publication specifically urged Muslims in the United States and other Western nations to use peer-to-peer marketplaces such as Craigslist to lure hostages and then murder them.
For instance, one idea entailed running advertisements for a small apartment.
“In order for the advertisement not to attract large families — thus making it difficult to initiate an attack, especially if one is alone in his operation — the advertisement should be for a small single room or studio apartment,” the magazine reportedly read. “This will help ensure that the viewer comes alone. It might even help to include in the ad that the apartment is ‘ideal for students.’”
In addition to providing detailed instructions on how to carry out this sick attack, Rumiyah also offered tips for successful execution of the plan, including an advisory that the wannabe jihadists keep in mind “that this action (murder) is worship, and that Allah has obliged us to ‘kill the mushrikin’ [non-believers] wherever we find them, and to ‘fight the disbelievers who are closest’ to us.”
By first deceiving them via the Islamic practice known as Taqiyya, and subsequently murdering them in cold blood. Peachy …
PJ Media, which also claimed to have seen the magazine, noted that it also included recommendations for carrying out lone-wolf attacks in busy public venues.
“The scenario for such an attack is that one assaults a busy, public, and enclosed location and rounds up the kuffar [disbelievers] who are present,” the magazine reportedly read. “Having gained control over the victims, one should then proceed to slaughter as many of them as he possibly can before the initial police response.”
This is some immensely sick stuff, and it may just be the beginning. In a statement made at a security conference Wednesday in London, the director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation warned that the Islamic State group has begun “developing its very own social media platform,” according to RT.
“It does show that some members of Daesh, at least, continue to innovate in this space,” added director Rob Wainwright, using an Arabic acronym for Islamic the State group.
While innovation works wonders for the free market, seeing it being practiced by Islamic State group terrorists is unnerving, to say the least, as well as a sign that the threat of radical Islam remains all too imminent.
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