ISIS Weekly Features Guidelines For Jihadis For Protecting Themselves From Targeting By Drones

January 10, 2017

Issue 62 of the Islamic State (ISIS) weekly Al-Naba’, published January 5, 2017, featured an article advising jihadis on how to evade drone surveillance and drone tracking and targeting of their locations. Titled “Escaping Drone Surveillance In Residential Areas,” the article also sets out the different types of drones used by the anti-ISIS coalition for intelligence gathering, calling them “the eyes of the enemies.” It also advises jihadis not to be intimidated by the drones, as they are not the only source of intelligence used by the enemy.

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