Islamic State: “We remind Muslims in the lands of disbelievers to take advantage of the coming days”

“ISIS to Followers: ‘Take Advantage of the Coming Days’ to Strike ‘Gatherings of Infidels’ Like Strasbourg,” by Bridget Johnson, PJ Media, December 21, 2018:

Featuring Strasbourg attacker Chérif Chekatt in the new issue of their official weekly newsletter, ISIS told western jihadists to follow his lead in their home countries as “an unexploded ordnance in your land modifies a thousand operations in our territory.”

ISIS usually mentions lone-jihadist attacks in the news briefs section of the al-Naba newsletter, but featured Chekatt on page 3 of the newsletter next to the editor’s note. In the first week of October 2017, ISIS gave similar preferential placement to Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, while they were claiming the attack as their own and encouraging jihadists to undertake their own mass shootings….

via Islamic State: “We remind Muslims in the lands of disbelievers to take advantage of the coming days”

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