Amazon Withdraws Issues Of ISIS Magazine ‘Dabiq’ Offered For Sale On Its Site

June 8, 2015

The online retailer Amazon has pulled copies of the Islamic State’s (ISIS) English-language magazine Dabiq, which were offered for sale from anonymous vendors. The product was apparently added to the site in May 2015. Issues 5 through 9 could be purchased for $42.00, and individual issues for $8.00-$12.00.The author was given as “Al-Hayat Media Center,” which is the Islamic State’s media company for non-Arabic publications.

The product description was given as follows: “Dabiq is a periodical magazine focusing on issues of tawhid [monotheism], manhaj [religious methodology], hijrah [migration], jihad, and jama’ah [unity and consensus among Muslims].


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