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Monday, 13 October 2014


The terrorist group ISIS has its finger pointed to Australia as one of the "crusaders" that shall suffer its barbaric attack. The threat was published in the recent edition of its propaganda magazine written in English, the Dabiq. The article in the magazine also calls for attack against the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Germany. "It is very important that attacks take place in every country that has entered into the alliance against the Islamic State, especially the US, UK, France, Australia and Germany," ISIS wrote. The group calls for every single Muslim to get out of their house, find a crusader and kill him. Such call implies that the ISIS is calling for random attacks across these countries. However, such random attacks are to be validated as acts of the patrons of the ISIS. Hence, media should not describe it as random killings, the ISIS declares. "It is important that the killing becomes attributed to patrons of the Islamic State who have obeyed its leadership... otherwise, crusader media makes such attacks appear to be random killings." The ISIS had also specified its advice for the patrons. It said that when planning the attack, patrons are encouraged to keep the number of people involve. They are also instructed not to over think their strategy because it may just lead to aborted attacks. Secrecy is upheld if the number of those who know it is kept in minimum. Also, patrons should not prolong the discussion about the attack. There should not be too much complication and purchase of suspicious armaments. "Rely upon Allah and stab the crusader," the ISIS advised. These call for attack echoes the September statement released by the chief representative of the ISIS, Muhammed al-Adnani. In his statement, he advised for the patrons not to ask for anyone's opinion and verdict when conducting the killings. He urged to just "kill the disbeliever" whether he is a civilian or military, as long as they oppose the group's ideology. Al-Adnani's statement was more than eleven pages, dramatically promoting martyrdom. Around this time, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Tony Abbott confirmed the validity of the statement. However, she clarifies that as opposed to the group's claim that attacks are aimed against international alliance, the ISIS are conducting its atrocities against Australians "for who we are and how we live," the spokeswoman said. LINK:

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