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On Wednesday, Western Journalism reported Islamic State in Libya had released a new video in which it called upon all Muslims to join the organization and advance its goal of world domination.

Today ISIS launched a new media campaign directed at Muslims in Tunisia, Libya, Mali, Algeria and Marocco to oust the governments of these countries, which are ‘apostate’ in the eyes of Islamic State. The apostate governments must be replaced with Islamic regimes that adhere to Sharia law, according to Islamic State.

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The Jihadist organization blames the governments of the Maghreb countries in Northwest Africa for westernizing Muslims by promoting and cultivating a Western lifestyle. In the videos released by several ISIS affiliates, Islamic State attacked Tunisia because it joined the international coalition fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq.

In one video, a Tunisian ISIS member calls upon fellow Muslims to carry out attacks against Tunisia. He referred to the ISIS atrocities in France when he called upon Muslims to follow in the footsteps of the “brothers in Paris.”

“Follow in the footsteps of your brothers in Paris. Is it easier to bypass the security measures in Paris than in Tunisia? No. But we know Tunisia and we know its coward policemen. Hence, you can do twice as much as your brothers have done in France,” the ISIS spokesman said.

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Tunisia and Marrocco are facing growing civil unrest and mass protests by the population who took the streets to demand better economic and social conditions in the countries.

In Tunisia, the protests have already turned violent and led demonstrating citizens to block roads.

The protests started in the city of Kasserine after a man set himself on fire to protest high unemployment and inflation in Tunisia. From there the protests, like the beginning of the ‘Arab Spring’ in 2011, spread to other parts of the country and to the capital Tunis, where protestors blocked streets.

Security forces in Tunisia tried to disperse the demonstrations by using tear gas and chasing protesters.

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The so-called Arab Spring (already dubbed the emerging ‘Islamic Winterby Israeli experts at the start of the unrest in Egypt) began in Tunisia in December, 2010.  Mass protests erupted after fruit merchandiser Mohammed Bouazizi committed suicide by setting himself on fire. His action set off a chain of events that brought down the regimes in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen and Libya and facilitated the rise of Islamic State and other Islamist groups.

The new ISIS campaign directed at the Maghreb countries comes on the same day the ISIS online magazine Dabiq launched a campaign to incite Sunni Muslims to mass murder on their Shiite fellow Muslims.

The English version of Dabiq published several articles that explained Shiites are, in fact, apostates who deserve to be killed. The magazine went to great lengths to justify genocide on Shiites who make up only an estimated 11 percent of the…

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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