ISIS Releases Child Rearing Guide: How to raise a jihadi-baby

A guide for jihadi mothers on how to raise extremist children has surfaced online as influential watchdog warns of the risks posed by a new generation of ‘Caliphate cubs’ trained for war.

The sick ‘handbook’, called Sister’s Role in Jihad, recommends showing children jihadi websites, reading tales of jihad at bedtime, and encourages sports such as darts to improve their aim.
It explains that women should start training children ‘while they are babies’ as waiting until they are toddlers ‘may be too late’, adding: ‘Don’t underestimate the lasting effect of what those little ears and eyes take in during the first few years of life!’

The book was highlighted by the U.S-based Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) ahead of a new report condemning how children are being indoctrinated into radical Islam.