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Kosovo Albanian passport equipped with the Caliphate


“Caliphate” established by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has published a comprehensive propaganda video this week, featuring “different faces” of the Islamic state – including government activities, educational and religious.

One of the Islamists, citizen of Kosovo, spoke during the ceremony of the burning of passports for foreign nationals, who later admitted “passport” issued by the Caliphate ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The speaker drew a sword from his holster and promised continuation of jihad, or holy war against non-Muslims, including Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian Authority, Rome and Spain, which had previously been under Islamic rule. He added that these goals are “the first step towards the conquest of the world”.

Later scenes footage showing some “educational” to the public on Islam, including classes for radical Islam, “fun days” for children and adolescents presenting cakes and doctrines of violence, as well as “recreation days” on the beaches sponsored by terrorists The ISIS-mail. In none of these activities do not occur in females.

A child says one interviewer during the assembly that he wants to become a “jihad warrior” when he grows up in order to “fight the infidels”.

Some Muslim singers in their songs include jihad and hatred for Jews and non-Muslims.

To show side “humanitarian” and ISIS’s religious, in the video shows some scenes where terrorists give food to those in need. “Morality police” walks the streets at prayer “Friday” and threaten shopkeepers if they do not participate in “Juma”.

An officer’s ISIS also boasts new interpretation of Islamic Sharia Law, boasting about rights for amputation of the hands and feet of convicted thieves.

ISIS territory it seeks to rewrite the state along national borders and religious divides, separating the majority Shia and Alawite Syria from the Sunni majority in southern Iraq.

Their territory currently includes the city of Aleppo in northern Syria to the province of Deir el-žOur near Iraq.


Source in Albanian



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