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New Islamic State Nasheed in Uyghur Language
by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi • Jul 7, 2015 at 1:00 pm
The Islamic State's media wing al-Hayat, which is designed to recruit non-Arabic speaking fighters from around the world, has released a nasheed (chant/song) in the Uyghur language, entitled 'Come my friend.' This messaging strategy naturally follows on from prior Islamic State propaganda targeting Uyghur-speaking Muslims, reflecting a clear attempt to siphon off potential and actual recruits to the main Uyghur jihadi group operating in Syria: the Turkestan Islamic Party, which has gained a notable foothold in Idlib province, being one of the leading factions in the capture of Jisr al-Shughur according to the new English language pro-al-Qa'ida al-Risalah Magazine.
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