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Saturday, September 03, 2016
Ex-Christian ISIS jihadist calls for Sharia law in GERMANY in chilling propaganda video
A GERMAN member of Islamic State (ISIS), who claims to formerly be Christian, has called for Sharia law to be implemented in the country in a chilling propaganda video.In the clip, the white Muslim convert, known as Abu Issa al-Almani, slams European countries for being "solely governed by man-made laws".
Showing images of the Reichstag building – the German Parliament – he calls for support for vile ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for recent devastating attacks across Europe.
He says: "(German politicians) are allies in the fight against everyone who renounces the man-made laws and who want to establish the Sharia of Allah."The only state that fights without compromises for the following of the words of Allah above all man-mad things is the Islamic State."
The Dortmund-born jihadist grew up a Christian but converted to Islam in late 2012, according to the video, titled From the Darkness into the Light.
Footage of a man having his hand cut off – a common punishment in ISIS-held territory – flashes on the screen while al-Almani stares to the camera.He is also seen taking part in a public flogging, suggesting he is part of the terror group's notorious 'religious police', known as Hisbah.
ISIS, also known as Daesh, recently claimed responsibility for an horrific axe attack on a train travelling to Wurzburg, southern Germany in July.
The attacker, 17-year-old refugee Muhammad Riyad, reportedly shouted "Allahu Akbar", meaning "God is greatest" in Arabic.ISIS' media agency said the killer "executed the operation in response to calls to target nations fighting the Islamic State".
Earlier this week ISIS' second-in-command and chief spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani was killed by a US airstrike in Aleppo, Syria.
The militant, thought to be in his late 30s, repeatedly called for lone wolf attacks in Europe and the US in speeches posted online. express