The complaint details many conversations between an undercover FBI agent and the two suspects about how to make homemade bombs from various chemicals, where to buy certain materials, and how to successfully conceal such activity from both neighbors and law enforcement.
The members of the Brigade are mostly foreign women who assume the role of finding wives for the fighters through their networks in Europe.
The Islamic State’s recruiting campaign uses sites like Kik, Twitter, and Tumblr to entice women into joining the jihad and to glorify life under the “caliphate.”
The Islamic State released the seventh issue of its English-language magazine, Dabiq, this week. This issue includes an interview with Hayat Boumediene, girlfriend of Amedy Coulibaly, the man who killed a policewoman and attacked a kosher market in eastern Paris on January 9. Coulibaly launched the assault two days following the attacks on French satirical […]
The document, which is broken into three parts and was recently translated by the Quilliam Foundation, is a piece of propaganda claiming to describe life under Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s ‘caliphate,’ while also trying to recruit female supporters.
Despite female Islamic State recruiters praising the “positive” aspects of life in Raqqah on their social media accounts, the group’s own material shows a different side, one that exposes its real and brutal treatment of women.