Islamic State Supporters: Al-'Adnani's Death Will Not Stop Us From Targeting West

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September 11, 2016

Following the reports, on August 30, 2016, on the death of Abu Muhammad Al-'Adnani,[1] who was the spokesman of the Islamic State (ISIS) and one of its top commanders, ISIS mouthpieces, and supporters of the organization, began posting articles, poems and videos that eulogized him, praised his career,...

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