ISIS magazine calls for attacks on Canada

The latest issue of Dabiq, a magazine published by the Islamic State, is again calling for attacks on Canada.

A professional looking magazine available in English, and other languages, Dabiq is used as a tool to attract recruits and provide messages to followers.

The latest issue, released Nov. 18, is titled “Just Terror.” Included among the 65 pages of propaganda is a reprint of words first spoken by ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed Al-Adnani referencing Canada.

It calls on “mujahadeen” — meaning jihadi fighters — in Western countries, including Canada.

“Your state is facing a new campaign by the crusaders … we call you up to defend the Islamic State … Rise and defend your state from your place wherever you may be.”


Not gonna happen, Justin and his boys have everything under control.

  • reidjr

    How can this be the left said Canada was a target because we had a right leaning pm with JT we would face no threat.

  • Maggat

    “Not gonna happen, Justin and his boys have everything under control.”

    Should read – Not gonna happen, Justin and his boys are out ofcontrol.

  • I think Justin is a fool. But in reality, that has nothing to do with it.

    Islam is going to try and kill all non-Muslim Canadians regardless of who is PM.

    It is just the “progressives” who won’t read the Koran.

    • Waffle

      Bob, the foxes are now inside the hen house. At least with Harper, we had a fighting chance. He was a mensch. Justin is certainly a fool, but he is also a tool.

      • wallyj180

        And I doubt if Mr. Harper would make excuses for the killers.
        JT, I’m not so sure.
        I could see him explaining my death by saying I didn’t reach out enough.

        This is the fool that said if we didn’t send parkas to the trapped Yazidis that they may become radicalized and attack Canada.

      • marty_p

        If there is a terrorist attack in Canada – Truedope will go running to the closest Mosque to show his solidarity with “innocent Canadian Muslims”.

        • Waffle

          LOL! Or maybe he’ll cower behind Mommy Wynne’s skirt. Oh wait, she doesn’t wear too many skirts. Not much cover behind a pant suit. On the other hand, he might have the chutzpah to seek refuge at the Sherman mansion — so many possibilities . . .

        • k1962

          That’s a sure thing.

  • The Butterfly

    Just wait till they see how strong our diversity makes us.

    • wallyj180

      I say we make all of them spend 15 minutes with Ms. Freeland.
      If they don’t want to kill her, deport them, they’re likely terrorists.

    • WalterBannon

      If they start with getting rid of Wynne I might warm up to them…

  • Ron MacDonald

    ISIS was 90 minutes from detonating 5 bombs at a soccer match in Germany, when will Merkel wake up?

    • terrence

      When SHE is blown up – peasants being blown up mean nothing to her.

      • V10_Rob

        Probably quite literally. She was all for the US bulk surveillance… Until she found out her phone was bugged too.

        That’s why I think there may be reason to believe France really means business this time. Hollande was at the stadium that was unsuccessfully targeted. Diversity may be our strength, but not when that diversity becomes personal.

  • Maxsteele

    Quick, Justin and Harjit Singh, bring in those Syrian refugees and drop those winter coats in Syria as fast as you can because we all know that terrorism is caused because we just are not nice enough to the Islamic extremensts. (sarcasm) By the way, Trudeau is an idiot but the Canadian voters are even more so as he gave us ample proof of how ridiculous he is but he still got a majority. Good luck with that my fellow Canadians.

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      …Harjit The Weak…

  • David


    Classy – The New England Patriots have announced that they would be having a moment of silence on Monday night for murdered Massachusetts native Ezra Schwartz HY”D.

    The Patriots are owned by Robert Kraft, a proud Jewish supporter of Israel.

    Ezra was a NE fan and his friends draped his NE Jersey on his casket when his body was flown back to America.

    I wasn’t a Patriots fan but this is excellent.

  • wallyj180

    JT, I’s is.

    • mauser 98

      luv it

      • marty_p

        In Truedope’s case the sign stands for “I support Islam’s supremacy”.

        • mauser 98

          Barry too

  • WalterBannon


    hang him… hang him high

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    People on here have not seen the article regarding Trudeau’s government wanting to mainly bring in women and children. That is something that could be done, and I think screening is essential. It is a shame that BCF ignored the immigration under Harper but only attacks Trudeau just because he is a Liberal. Which is why I call useful idiocy a part of every ideology since to run with something you have to follow what your side is about.

    • wallyj180


      Justin only changed that plan because of public opinion.

      BTW, Former PM Harper’s plan was to focus on the minorities that were in grave danger.
      These people are not found in the camps because the F’EN Sunnis in those camps would have raped and killed them. Those Sunni’s are the ones JT is fast-tracking to Canada.

      • Billy Bob Thornton

        But it almost seems like the right wing which is anti-immigration appears to believe that if you are not dyed-in-the-wool right wing you are a traitor just because of that ideology.

        Also, I was speaking about immigration and many articles from the past week have suggested that Harper was going to bring in 20,000. I think personally the refugees should be here temporarily. Millenials like myself and people I know feel that the wars have caused the problems in the Middle East which gave rise to ISIS, along with Saudi funding, and that after Syria and Iraq are fixed they should go back.

        Immigration should be for SE Asians like Indians, Chinese and people from the far-east, along with Africans mainly.

        The fact is with incomes either stable or getting lower due to globalization immigration has to occur due to small disposable incomes.

        • wallyj180

          The right-wing’ is not anti-immigration. Look at the numbers. We are for careful immigration.

          Yeah, the wars caused the problems, sure bud.
          The wars and the ensuing chaos can all be traced back to one root cause.
          Take a wild guess, it isn’t oil.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            That is what security is for. Don’t forget after 9/11 we had to ramp up the security and police state. If the people in security cannot do their jobs, then perhaps we should abandon funding those expensive agencies?!

            It isn’t hard to understand that.

            Also, anti-immigration parties are either populist right or nationalist right. I would say the Conservative party has anti-immigration factions, but they do not appear to be rabidly anti-Islam.

            I support the Canadian Action party which is nationalist, but the party believes America is to blame for most foreign policy crises in the world, along with the Gulf States. Iran is not the problem in the region.

          • wallyj180

            ” but the party believes America is to blame for most … ”

            I would suggest that you do some research and maybe question your party’s assumptions.
            Here is a good start for Iraq.
            Take a look at Saddam’s sect, his barbaric acts, and his refusal to allow UN inspectors to do their job.
            This goes to the WMD debacle.
            The coalition could not allow Saddam to thumb his nose at the UN resolutions that ended the first gulf war.
            When Obama pulled out (early) years later, Saddam’s people formed ISIS.
            There is a ‘passionate eye’ documentary called “the rise of Isis”. It is worth watching. George Bush is not mentioned once… maybe once.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            ISIS is a formation of not just Baathists of the Iraqi kind but also the Syrian opposition and parts of Al Qaeda.

            Don’t forget that Tariq Aziz was a Christian and I would not put all of Hussein’s fellow members in that group.

          • Minicapt

            “Non sequitur (Latin for “it does not follow”)”, your speciality.


          • DD_Austin

            Going to import some of Hellyer’s Aliens instead?

            the Guy is an ex trudeau loon, the one thing he did do
            he screwed the armed forces up for 20 years
            Same goes for CAP, bunch of illogical loonies
            wanting a turn at the trough

          • reidjr

            In Canada unlike many country the left is not pro immigration there just pro muslim just take the refugees now the elft only wants muslims.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            Oh ya so the invasion of Iraq didn’t cause the problems to happen.

            Obama leaving Iraq didn’t cause the problems because that is an excuse.

            Iraq was already a quagmire.

          • David

            So whats your “parties” take on Israel?

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            It has no take on Israel other than wanting a balanced foreign policy and working with the community of nations and it wants a nationalist state, where we own our resources and can build wealth and provide for full employment, much like Putin’s Russia. Although the party does support guns, the military and is against adventurism. I doubt many on here would support non-interventionism and probably isolationism but security is what the party is for.

          • wallyj180

            ” a balanced foreign policy and working with the community of nations ”

            Oh crap, and an enchanted forest and a unicorn to ride through it.

          • Minicapt

            We think the members of your party should go to ISISland and sweet-talk the vicious Arab warrior into peaceful co-existance.
            Otherwise, you all tend to be LPC but with different pastel colours.


          • k1962

            Maybe you should also have a balanced foreign policy on ISIS. Same exact thing.

        • Bataviawillem

          Whenever I see your name I start scrolling down.

          Not necessarily because what you write is incorrect, but mainly because it hardly on topic and an endless word salad.

          What does this for example has to do with the article we are discussing.

          “The fact is with incomes either stable or getting lower due to globalization immigration has to occur due to small disposable incomes.”

          You are boring as hell.

      • terrence

        I am sure BBT won’t understand this, but here is some of the Australian experience (the terrorists are 2nd and 3rd generation “refugees”):

        Antalya: Malcolm Turnbull has sought to ease fears after Tony Abbott used the Paris massacre to vindicate his recent claims that terrorist were infiltrating the flood of refugees fleeing Syria.

        As Mr Abbott pressed his case, Mr Turnbull, who was understood to be angry at his predecessor, said refugees coming to Australia were carefully screened to ensure their background did not mean they posed a security risk.

        Mr Turnbull noted that those who posed the greatest danger were usually second or third generation and this was backed by the security forces.

        “While there have been some exceptions, the history of terrorist activities in Australia and people of concern in this area is very much for the most part second and third-generation Australians. So the screening of refugees of the humanitarian intake has been very careful,” the prime minister said.