Article In Jihadi Magazine Urges Syrian Women To Play Auxiliary Role In Jihad

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January 15, 2020

Issue 7 of the Balagh monthly magazine, a publication issued on Telegram by several jihadi clerics based in Syria, contains a da'wah (preaching) article discussing women's role in jihad, written by Egyptian-born preacher Muhammad Naji aka Abu Al-Yaqzan Al-Masri.[1] The December 30, 2019, article encourages...

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