Isa Britani #IS a.k.a. @IsaBritani

Isa Britani is an ISIS propagandist on Twitter who claims to live in ISIS-held territory. Britani has offered help to those interested in hijrah (migration) to the self-proclaimed caliphate.Isa Britani #IS, Twitter, accessed August 27, 2015, He does not specify where he is from, but the Britani moniker indicates he is of British origin.

Britani has used Twitter to call on Muslims to move to ISIS-held territory. He has also asked those who cannot make the move themselves to spread propaganda and financially support ISIS fighters.Isa Britani #IS, Twitter post, August 17, 2015, 6:05 a.m.,;
ʿĪsā Britani #IS, Twitter post, August 17, 2015, 6:04 a.m.,

Britani has warned that “the khilafah” (caliphate) cannot be stopped. Isa Britani #IS, Twitter post, August 17, 2015, 3:07 a.m., He has praised the “mujahideen” (holy warriors) of ISIS and called for holocausts against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the rawafid, or those who reject Islamic authority.

Extremist entity
Type(s) of Organization:
Insurgent, territory-controlling, religious, terrorist, violent
Ideologies and Affiliations:
Islamist, jihadist, pan-Islamist, Salafist, takfiri
Propagandist, recruiter

ISIS is a violent jihadist group based in Iraq and Syria. The group has declared wilayas (provinces) in Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the North Caucasus. ISIS has also waged attacks in Turkey, Lebanon, France, Belgium, Iraq, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Tunisia, and Kuwait.

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Without doubt, the secularists are evil and more malicious than the polytheists and secularism is farther astray from the path and more malicious than polytheism. The secularists who are associated with Islam even [merely] by identity are considered apostates by a group of scholars. The Jews, Christians, those who worship graves, and many polytheists and unbelievers have committed lesser acts of unbelief than the secularists.

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