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The Murtadd

Brotherhood 1

Issue 14

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The spark has been lit here in Iraq, and its heat will continue to intensify – by Allah’s permission – until it burns the crusader armies in Dābiq. Abū Mus’ab az-Zarqāwī 

Feature

28 The Murtadd Brotherhood 04 Foreword 20 Operations 44

From the Pages of History

50 Among the Believers Are Men 56 In the Words of the Enemy

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58 Interview

Articles The Knights of Shahādah in

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Kill the Imāms of Kufr in the West

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Do They Not Then Reflect on the Qur’ān

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Special 52 The Blood of Shame

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All praise is due to Allah, Lord of the creation. May blessings and peace be upon His Messenger, Muhammad, and upon all his family and companions. To proceed: For nearly two years, Muslims in the lands of the Khilāfah have watched their beloved brothers, sisters, and children being relentlessly bombed by crusader warplanes. The scenes of carnage, of blood and limbs scattered in the streets, have become commonplace for the believers. The yearning for revenge has taken seed and has grown steadily in the hearts of the grieving widows, distressed orphans, and solemn soldiers; and the fruits are ready for harvest. 4

FOREWORD

The crusaders claim to bear the standard of “liberty” and “justice” for all the oppressed peoples of the world, when in fact their tyranny knows no limits when directed against the Muslim Ummah. It was only a matter of time before the brunt of the Ummah’s wrath fell upon them and awakened them to reality. The death of a single Muslim, no matter his role in society, is more grave to the believer than the massacre of every kāfir on earth. And while the Sharī’ah calls for the invasion of all kāfir lands, certainly the aggressors are dealt with before those nations not actively waging war against the Khilāfah. This is an obvious reality. Any disbeliever standing in the way of the Islamic State will be killed, without pity or remorse, until Muslims suffer no harm and governance is entirely for Allah. Brussels, the heart of Europe, has been struck. The blood of its vitality spilled on the ground, trampled under the feet of the mujāhidīn. Flames ignited years ago in Iraq have now scorched the battleground of Belgium, soon to spread to the rest of crusader Europe and the West. Paris was a warning. Brussels was a reminder. What is yet to come will be more devastating and more bitter by the permission of Allah, and Allah prevails

over His affair, but most people do not know. Having heeded the lessons of years spent fighting the harshest of wars in modern times, the soldiers of the Islamic State promise their adversaries dark days of death and destruction in their own lands. Bullets and shrapnel will slash and pierce all those whom Allah’s soldiers reach. Survivors will be scarred physically and mentally, haunted whenever their eyes are closed, whenever they blink. The sounds of sirens will fill the air, preceded by blasts from bombs planted in all the right places. The damage to their economy, their infrastructure, and their sources of income will make their lives harder than they now imagine. And it will not end there, not until the rule of Allah reaches east to west and the Muslims walk undisturbed by the kāfir filth beneath them. Unlike the slaves of Shaytān, who strike with all their mortal might yet fear their mortal fate, the slaves of ar-Rahmān are prepared to meet their Lord, hopeful of His acceptance. Those kuffār who presume their bombs and proxy soldiers will cause the Islamic State to stop should realize that the soldiers of the Khilāfah have surrendered themselves to Allah, the Creator of all things and Master of the Universe. There is thus no possibility of their surrender to humans. The crusaders, on the other hand