Islamic State Calls for Attacks on ‘Infidel’ Teens

The Islamic State has called for attacks on teenagers playing sports in parks, among other “infidels” in non-Muslim lands.

The terror organization made the call in the premier issue of its new magazine, Rumiyah, published in several languages, including English, Turkish, French and Russian. Rumiyah, which means Rome was chosen as the name of the magazine because, in the Islamic State’s words, “Rasulallah [prophet of Allah – Muhammed, the founder of Islam] heralded the Islamic conquest of Rome in end times. We ask our God to enable us to conquer this district and Konstantiniyye [Istanbul] which will be conquered before Rome.”

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