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New ISIS Dabiq magazine says group protecting female Paris Kosher market accomplice in Syria

ISIS put out the seventh issue of Dabiq magazine, in which an interview with the female accomplice in the Paris Kosher market attack reveals that she is being protected by the Islamic State in Syria.

In the aftermath of the Paris attack in which four hostages were killed along with attacker Amedy Coulibaly, reports said Hayat Boumeddiene, his girlfriend, had escaped to Syria through Turkey in advance of the Jan. 9 attack.

In the magazine interview, Hayat Boumeddiene makes an appeal to all Muslim women to serve their faith and their husbands.

Dabiq, named after a city in northern Syria and also referenced regarding the Islamic apocalypse, is the Islamic State’s glossy, colored, English-language propaganda magazine aimed at radicalizing and recruiting Westerners.

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In this newest issue, entitled ‘From Hypocrisy to Apostasy: The Extinction of the Grayzone,’ ISIS also takes responsibility for the recent Tripoli hotel bombing and justifies the burning of the Jordanian pilot.

They also put forward material about the Japanese hostage Kenji Goto, interviews with Arabs working as Mossad spies and advice for leaders of the Islamic State.

Previously, a Libyan branch of the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack which killed 10 people, including an American and four Europeans.

The attack in Libya, which took place at the Corinthia Hotel, was “carried out in revenge,” the magazine says.

About the Jordanian pilot Moaz al Kasasbeh, they write ISIS “had resolved to burn him alive as retribution for his crimes against Islam and the Muslims, including his active involvement in crusader airstrikes against Muslim lands.”

New ISIS Dabiq Magazine boasts about Libya Hotel bombing and justifies Jordanian pilot's deathOn the cover, religious Muslim clerics stand in white garb carrying ‘Je Sui Charlie’ signs.

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