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In Their Own Words: Why ISIS Hates the West

In the latest edition of its English-language magazine Dabiq, ISIS discusses its reasons for targeting the west, and its hatred of...

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ISIS Magazine Targets Sunni 'Apostates'

The latest issue of ISIS' English-language magazine, Dabiq, pursues a starkly intra-Sunni sectarian agenda in contrast to the prev...

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ISIS Exploits the Sunni-Shia Split

The latest issue of ISIS' English-language magazine Dabiq focuses on sectarian divisions, hot on the heels of Saudi Arabia's execu...

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After the Terror, the Propaganda

ISIS' latest propaganda magazine, Dabiq, focuses on the tragic Paris attacks and Russian airliner bombing....

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Unlikely Coalitions: ISIS' Portrayal of its Enemies

In the latest edition of ISIS' propaganda magazine, Dabiq, the group promotes an image of itself as an underdog against a global c...

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Propaganda Wars: 'State of Baghdadi' and 'Jolani Front'

Jihadi propaganda is increasingly focused on undermining the claims of rivals, whilst demonstrating its own legitimacy....

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Briefing Note: Plots, Conspiracies and Misinterpretations

The latest edition of ISIS' propaganda magazine, Dabiq, includes an unapologetic defence of its actions, including the sexual...

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Briefing Note: ISIS' Rejection of the Nation State

The eighth edition of ISIS' magazine, released on 30 March 2015, emphasises its claim to universal allegiance and attacks the 'ido...

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Briefing Note: Dabiq and Inspire - Rivalry and Manipulation

Jihadi groups use online propaganda targeting impressionable youth to attract recruits and encourage violence....

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Briefing Note: ISIS in Their Own Words

In this Briefing Note, the Centre on Religion & Geopolitics examines the latest issue of the ISIS magazine, Dabiq....

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