The Songs Of The Islamic State, Part III – Songs Of Derision For West Following Brussels, Paris Attacks

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August 2, 2016

By: M. Shemesh* Introduction Over the last few months, two media outlets supporting the Islamic State (ISIS) posted a series of nasheeds (religious songs) praising the massive attacks carried out by the organization in Europe, mainly the March 2016 attack in Brussels and the November 2015 attack...

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