by Thomas Madison, Powdered Wig Society
John “Abdulla” McCain and ISIS “friendj”
ISIS has unveiled its new online magazine, “Dabiq,” no doubt searching for new and interesting ways to spend the two billion dollars they looted from the Central Bank of Iraq, as they rolled across the desert on their sold out “Murder and Mayhem” tour. Their newest diversion into online media is ostensibly aimed at improving troop morale, as beheading is hard work and gets boring. I checked and the magazine has already been removed from the web. I was, however, able to capture an image of the cover of the most recent issue.
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Released for its English readership, just in time for Ramadan, ISIS took exception to criticism by John McCain, reminding him of their previous chummy relationship:
“…the crusader John McCain came to the Senate floor to rant irritably about the victories the Islamic State was achieving in Iraq. He forgot that he himself participated in the invasion of Iraq that led to the blessed events unfolding today by Allah’s bounty and justice.”
While the resolution is not studio-grade, we were also able to capture a copy of what is believed to be the debut edition’s centerfold. Like Playboy, Dabiq is not best-known for its articles: