ISIS, AND NOW THE TOURIST GUIDE OF THE CALIPHATE This is an e-book published by Abu Rumaysah al Britani, an English Islamic describing the beauties of the Islamic State.

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For those of you who have not yet decided where to spend your holidays, you may consult the tourist guide e-book of the Islamic State. This may sound like a joke, but it’s not. This is a real e-book published by Abu Rumaysah al Britani, an Islamic Englishman who joined Isis and whose s already known for the dissemination of a document which legitimizes the executions in public.

The book available on the net, makes no references to the executions that are committed each day in the territories controlled by the Caliphate, nor do they mention any rape or violence to which thousands of women have been subjected to. What you can find in this e-book is a real advertisement of the Caliphate and its places, where the Mediterranean climate will accompany you through to delicious landscapes, deserts and sandy stretches or more lively scenarios where there are green hills. To combat the summer heat, it would be advisable to refresh at the fountains of the mosques, to overcome the harsh winters, however, the same Islamic State will provide and pay for the heating.

Part of the book is dedicated to the gastronomy of the Caliphate, where the author recalls the famous Kebab or felafel. There are signs of an Isis reality in continuous expansion in the means of transport as well. After describing the Islamic State as an earthly haven, the author poses a threat to western countries warning them: “When we will descend onto the streets of London, Paris and Washington, remember that we’ll draw out the blood from you, destroy your monuments and above all we will convert your children”. According to experts, however, although the book was actually published as an e-book, it is considered to be as an attempt of propaganda by an author to try and persuade young people to join Isis.

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