Monitoring and translation site Jihadology.net reports that the ISIS-affiliated Al Hayat media group has produced the first issue of Islamic State magazine (pdf link here.) The six-page magazine leads with a photo feature on a car bombing by ‘apostates’ that it says injured over 40 people in Raqa city, which ISIS considers its headquarters, in an area where the wives and children of foreign fighters are said to live. It includes photo stories and captions on ISIS’s methods for countering tanks on the battlefield, the militants’ advance on the city of al-Khair in Deir Ezzor province, the execution of a sorcerer, and distribution of aid by ISIS members. Lead story:
A car bomb was parked and blown up by Sahwat in between two buildings where the women and children of mujahireen live. Alhamdullilah (thank God) noone was killed. 45 people were injured, mostly mujahir women and children, with three cases of critical injuries. A shop owner was badly injured and his shop was left in ruins. May Allah expose the hypocrites behind the attack.