“Incitement.” It is the most repeated word these days on the social networks of the Islamic State (Daesh, Isis). It is an appeal addressed to the “lone wolves”, jihadists and those who can energize them.

It is necessary to stop indoctrinating oneself on a telephone or computer screen, and take action, because, figures show, the terrorist activity that the jihadist gang deploys in its various “wilayas” (franchises), especially in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan, is not reflected in the West, where all this criminality is seen as something distant.

The current “incitement” campaign has not gone unnoticed by the anti-terrorist experts who are extremely vigilant with regard to those suspected of jihadism and who could take action at any moment.

The repetition of the “incitement”, addressed also to Muslims in general, is accompanied by editorial content, in which they make it clear that those who do not follow the jihad will be punished by Allah. A “theological” version of the well-known “fatherland or death”.

“He who is too lazy to respond to the call to faith and jihad; and is slow and does not hasten to do so, knowing that it is the truth, is that he is not confident that God Almighty; and He will prevent and punish him for his laziness and delay,” the terrorists stress.

“For love of this world and hatred of death or captivity, when he wanted to embark on the path of truth, he did not succeed, that is his death!” because God Almighty punished him,” they add.

“It is known that no call in this era revives Muslims like the call to jihad in the cause of God Almighty, because jihad is the obligation to preserve the religion,” they emphasize.

And they continue in the same vein. Daesh has a problem and it knows it: its “caliph”, to whom everyone must swear an oath, is an invisible and inaudible being who calls himself Ibrahim Hashimi. Without a leader, as Baghdadi was, it is difficult to motivate the moujahideen, hence the present incitement campaign.

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