ISIL releases posthumous report from Canadian who led terror attack on Dhaka restaurant

TORONTO—Six weeks after a Canadian terrorist leader was killed by security forces in Bangladesh, ISIL has released what it said was his account of how his group attacked a Dhaka restaurant popular among foreigners.

The Holey Artisan Bakery “was selected for this blessed operation because it was well-known for being frequented by the citizens of the Crusader countries,” Tamim Chowdhury wrote in the ISIL magazine Rumiyah.

Once again the “root causes” narrative of poverty and marginalization is laid to rest.

Here’s the English version of the rag Rumiyah detailing the Holy Artisan Bakery attack.


Tamim Chowdhury, Muslim terrorist currently being tortured in hell for all eternity.