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Islamic State terrorist group reveals guide that explains how to kill the world leaders

Islamic State terrorist group reveals guide that explains how to kill the world leaders

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ISIS has revealed a guide to killing world leaders, urging lone wolves to masquerade as journalists so they can smuggle bombs near to politicians like President Trump.

On Monday, the pro-ISIS Quraysh Media released a poster titled ‘Ways To Assassinate Leaders,’ giving three ways for would-be jihadists to execute ‘leaders, officials and military commanders.’

It provides a chilling guide of how to pose as a journalist and conceal a weapon inside a camera to wreak havoc at news conferences.

‘The mujahid brother, dressed up in the journalist’s clothes, may participate in news conferences, forums, and meetings which may enable him to target key enemy figures. He may also use the camera as an explosive device or to hide a weapon inside it.’ The poster says, according to the Middle East Research Institute.

On Wednesday, another IS mouthpiece – Al-Taqwa Media Foundation – showed a blade-wielding terrorist in military fatigues standing behind a kneeling Trump.

The execution scene reads: ‘This is what our lord had promised us and he does not break a promise, and America thinks with its allies that they are making the believers scared or they are being victorious over the Mujahideen, No.’

Despite the death of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a US raid in Syria on October 26, the death cult still seeks to spread carnage through social media.

The three-part guide by Quraysh Media released on Monday provides further methods involving the targeting of VIP convoys.

A second tactic urges the use of medium and long range sniper rifles to attack convoys from high vantage points.

‘A lone wolf may disrupt the convoys of commanders or their places of assembly by attacking them using machine guns or Molotov bombs.’ The poster says.

‘They may also carry out such operations using blade weapons or carry out this operation from high places.’

Finally, the grim text suggests scoping out a potential area to attack and monitor a convoy’s route to expose security flaws which would also allow the attacker to consider a ‘withdrawal plan.’

It was the Quraysh Media organisation which earlier this month urged ISIS supporters to ignite forest fires in the US and Europe to cause ecological chaos.

ISIS boss Al-Baghdadi blew himself up, along with two of his children, during a US special forces on a heavily fortified compound in Idlib, northwestern Syria last month.

The assault was a major blow to the group, which has lost territories it held in Syria and Iraq in a series of military defeats by the U.S-led coalition and Syrian and Iraqi allies.

Many fighters escaped through smuggling routes to northwestern Syria in the final days of battle before the group’s territorial defeat earlier this year. Others vanished into the deserts of eastern Syria and Iraq.

The group named a successor to al-Baghdadi days later, but little is known about him or how the group’s structure has been affected by the successive blows.

Source: Daily Mail

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