New ISIS Magazine Explains Creative Ways to Shed Infidel Blood for Allah

by JANET LEVY September 13, 2016

ISIS just released the first edition of a new magazine, Rumiyah or "Rome."  The glossy, sophisticated, slick publication joins Dabiq, an almost monthly ISIS magazine that has been available online in several languages beginning in July of 2014.  (To date, 15 issues have been published).

Previous issues of Dabiq have praised the Brussels, Paris and San Bernardino jihadists (among others), justified the sexual slavery of infidel women, glorified child soldiers for Allah and called for the worldwide killing of Westerners.

The inaugural issue of Rumiyah reminds Muslims living in infidel lands - Dar al-Kufr or Dar al-Harb - that the blood of the disbelievers is halal and killing them honors Allah.  It instructs Muslims to kill "young adults" engaged in sports activities in parks, to attack businessman commuting to work in taxis and to target street vendors selling flowers as well as people waiting on line to purchase food.  (See page 39 of the first edition of Rumiyah - - for the description of these prescribed activities).  (Just imagine the devastation of a community following an attack on a soccer match in a local park)!

Recall that Al Qaeda began publishing Inspire magazine (available online) in July of 2010.  Articles have included instructions on setting ember fires to initiate major wildfires in the U.S., plans to poison the water supply, directions for building explosive devices with easily acquired materials, tips on how to use a pickup truck as a mowing machine to kill infidel pedestrians, ideas on how to perpetrate a random hit at a crowded restaurant and many other gruesome activities.  One issue encouraged Muslims with advanced degrees in microbiology and chemistry to develop poisons and effective delivery methods.

Quran 8:12 - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them"

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Janet Levy,   ~ Los Angeles

ISIS Magazine to Jihadists: Target 'Young Adults Engaged in Sports Activities in the Park'

by Bridget Johnson

A new ISIS magazine released by its propaganda wing in charge of foreign-language outreach advises jihadists to target teens playing sports after school or even flower sellers hawking blooms on the street.

The first edition of the new magazine -- Rumiyah, meaning Rome -- was published in English, Turkish, German, French, Indonesian, Russian, Pashto and Uyghur. The name, of course, is symbolic of ISIS' apocalyptic goal of the conquest of Rome.

The design of the magazine is more simple than English-language Dabiq. It's also much shorter: 38 pages compared to the 82 pages in the last issue of Dabiq.

The new effort by ISIS' Al-Hayat Media Center is likely an effort to reach broader audiences on a more frequent basis. The articles are similar to other ISIS material: heavily on Quranic verse yet not so much in a Western tone, like al-Qaeda's Inspiremagazine.

In one article on the Muslim's responsibility to shed the blood of the kafir [disbelievers],  the writers stress that "Allah did not only command the 'fighting' of disbelievers, as if to say He only wants us to conduct frontline operations against them. Rather, He has also ordered that they be slain wherever they may be - on or off the battlefield."

"...All of this becomes all the more apparent for those who have realized that the blood of a kafir is cheap, filthy, and permissible to shed."


Janet Levy, MBA, MSW, is an activist, world traveler, and freelance journalist who has contributed to American Thinker, Pajamas Media, Full Disclosure Network, FrontPage Magazine, Family Security Matters and other publications. She blogs at

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