The Islamic State is being slowly pushed out of towns in Iraq and Syria, but its hold on social media is continuing with new directives to followers on new ways for “slaughtering” non-Muslims.
The terror Army’s official Rumiyah (Rome, a desired conquest) magazine tells Muslims how to commit “Just Terror Attacks.”
For one, start purchasing weapons at U.S. gun shows to avoid background checks, or if that fails, use a knife and baseball bat. The terror group wants more jihadis to get into the hostage-taking business, telling them how to subdue “screams.” Good locations for “massacres” are college campuses, movie theaters, and swimming pools.
The Islamic State, identified by the Pentagon by the acronym ISIS, also tells extremists to place fake job or real estate ads on Craigslist and eBay to lure victims, according to a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), which monitors jihadi communications.
The Rumiyah’s ninth issue states, “Ideal target locations for hostage-taking scenarios include night clubs, movie theaters, busy shopping malls and large stores, popular restaurants, concert halls, university campuses, public swimming pools, indoor ice skating rinks, and generally any busy enclosed area, as such an environment [that] allows for one to take control of the situation by rounding up the kuffar [non Muslim] present inside and allows one to
massacre them while using the building as a natural defense against any responding force attempting to enter and bring the operation to a quick halt.”
A rash of ISIS-directed and -inspired attacks have occurred in the U.S., Europe, and other sites. ISIL terrorists used vehicles as steam-roller weapons in France, England, and Germany, as well as firearms in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, San Bernardino and Paris.