Note once again that the Islamic State traffics solely and wholly in Islamic theological rhetoric to explain and justify its actions. Yet this is the one element of its motivating ideology that mainstream Western analysts discount.
“ISIS-supporting news agency tells Muslims to avoid ‘gathering places of the Crusaders’ as fanatics plan to ‘explode, run over people and cut their necks any time,'” by Iain Burns, Mailonline, June 8, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A pro-ISIS news agency has told followers to stay away from the ‘gathering places of the Crusaders’ as it warns that ‘thousands of lonely lions’ are prepared to slaughter civilians at any time.
In a statement published by Nashir News Agency, people in America, Russia, France, Britain, Canada, Belgium, Australia – and those ‘outside the Caliphate’ – are warned of ‘almost daily blessed attacks’ by Islamic State fighters.
‘We will explode, run over people by vehicles and cut off their necks in any time,’ the statement reads.
It comes as the the terror group’s online magazine said the focus of its followers has shifted to carrying out attacks on ‘Crusader soil’.
In a section of the Nashir warning titled ‘O! You Crusaders!’, the author addresses people outside the Islamic State by saying: ‘You have started the aggression against us … and you will pay costly for that’.
It adds: ‘The Islamic State haven’t started the war against you, as your governments and media imagine.
‘We have prepared for you worst days, surprises after surprises, and to answer the call of targeting the crusader’s countries thousands of lonely lions have been prepared in your countries and have sold their bodies and souls for the sake of Allah.’
It concludes: ‘And wait for attacks, and we wait too!’
A sickening editorial in the jihadists’ Rumiyah magazine, published before the London Bridge attack, said: ‘Just one week before the blessed month of Ramadan, the world’s attention was focused on the British city of Manchester.
‘A soldier of the Khilafah had carried out a Just Terror operation, striking Manchester Arena at the conclusion of a concert by an American singer.’
The piece continued: ‘The explosion rocked the city and filled its residents with terror as many of them scrambled to try to contact their loved ones and ensure that they were safe.
‘Then, the casualty figures started emerging: More than 20 had been killed and dozens more had been wounded. The total would later climb to nearly 100 dead and wounded.
‘The enemies of Islam did their best to put on a brave and defiant face, but their efforts were a complete failure. They were clearly suffering.’…