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The Canadian detainee who was released a few days earlier hurled accusations against the Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate alleging – may Allah forbid – that his child was killed and honor violated.

We categorically reject these false and fabricated claims of the detainees who are in the hands of the enemy. The detainees are currently with the enemy and will say everything defaming being force fed to them.

From the time the couple were detained until their release, the husband and wife were not separated from one another precisely due to the fact that the Mujahideen did not want to incite any suspicion.

Similarly the murder of a child is also a baseless allegation although during a period of detention an incident did take place when the woman became ill. The area was remote, no doctors were present and due to this severe condition, the woman had a natural miscarriage of a girl. No one has either intentionally murdered the child of this couple and neither has anyone violated or defiled them.

If (Allah forbid) there was a plan for such a thing, they would not have returned home with their three children. The enemy should not portray the Mujahideen in their own image as the entire humanity is ashamed of the inhumane barbarity of Americans carried out against prisoners in Bagram and Guantanamo.

The allegations floating around in the media have nothing to do with the reality because the said people are now in the hands of our enemy. They can claim every kind of defamatory allegation against the Mujahideen but no Muslim or person who knows the Mujhaideen intimately can ever accept such propaganda.

Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
Zabihullah Mujahid
25/01/1439 Hijri Lunar
23/07/1396 Hijri Solar 15/10/2017 Gregorian

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According to a field commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the last Islamic State (IS) holdouts will lose control of Raqqa, the group’s self-proclaimed capital, by sometime in the third week of October. Alongside the fall of Mosul, the IS stronghold in Iraq, this development marks a second collapse of governance for the jihadists.

Reflecting this failure, for the first time since IS began systematizing its governance capabilities in late 2013 and early 2014, the group’s media apparatus has not, for roughly a month, released any material related to governing, social services, or dawa (proselytizing and outreach activities). The most sophisticated system of jihadist governance ever established thus appears to be dwindling to nothing. All the same, it is worth noting that the media silence may not indicate the absolute cessation of IS governance — indeed, the group is likely engaging in basic governance in certain areas along the Iraq-Syria border — but instead the further erosion of its media apparatus.

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Saturday October 7:

Global Jihadist Moment: The Most Lethal Ideology? – Jennifer Varriale Carson and Matthew Suppenbach, Homicide Studies:

Tuesday October 10:

Part 6: Substituting the Jihadist Twittersphere for Islamic State Telegrams – Nico Prucha, Online Jihad: http://bit.ly/2gaPe8M

Part 7: How does IS use Telegram to recruit European foreign fighters and terrorists? – Nico Prucha, Online Jihad: http://bit.ly/2xEGoX3

Wednesday October 11:

Domestic Terrorism in Democratic States: Understanding and Addressing Minority Grievances – Sambuddha Ghatak, Aaron Gold, and Brandon C. Prins, Journal of Conflict Resolution: http://bit.ly/2gr8b6Z

Thursday October 12:

The Social Roots of Jihadist Violence in Burkina Faso’s North – International Crisis Group: http://bit.ly/2xEIpCw 

Friday October 13:

Interpreting the Fall of Islamic State Governance – Aaron Y. Zelin, Washington Institute for Near East Policy: http://bit.ly/2yhFGDu

Inside ISIS’ Dysfunctional Schools – , Foreign Affairs: http://fam.ag/2yKMNoI

Political Islam in Post-Conflict Algeria – Vish Sakthivel, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology: http://bit.ly/2xT3pKN

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