Islamic State (Isis) has published the 15th edition of its propaganda magazine Dabiq on 31 July. The journal reportedly comes full with fresh articles touting the extremist groups' radical views. Titled as "Break The Cross", the periodical even has a piece regarding the remarks made by Pope Francis, named as "In the Words of Our Enemies".
The content of the latest edition of the propaganda magazine is aimed at mocking those attempting to fire back against the misconceptions about Islam and promoting it as a religion of peace, Fox News reported.
The extremist group's magazine also features a piece titled "Why We Hate You and Why We Fight You", which targets "apostate Imams" in the West, who have rejected the Islamic State's (Isis or Daesh) views and refused to classify the group's motivation and actions as being Islamic.
"Many Westerners, however, are already aware that claiming the attacks of the mujahidin to be senseless and questioning incessantly as to why we hate the West and why we fight them is nothing more than a political act and a propaganda tool," the article said.
"The politicians will say it regardless of how much it stands in opposition to facts and common sense just to garner as many votes as they can for the next election cycle."
The article allegedly asserts IS to be Islamic in "unequivocal terms", adding that "a large segment of the ignorant masses" believe in the "false narrative" of Islam being a peaceful religion. The magazine also featured an image of the grave of Captain Humayun Khan, the fallen American soldier, whose father Khizr Khan gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) In July. IS added its two cents to the debate surrounding Khan's comments. In a caption below Captian Khan's image, IS declared him to be an "apostate" of Islam and cautioned other Muslims to "beware" of befalling a similar fate.
IS has recently been releasing a slew of propaganda material. The extremist group also recently released a video in which it threatened Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin.