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Jihadist group calls for attacks on Western children

A pro-ISIS jihadist group has called for Muslims to murder children in the West, an anti-extremism organisation has warned. 

The terrorists – calling themselves the all-Qastantiyyah Foundation – called for the slayings through the Telegram app. 

They singled out the US, Australia and Europe as targets. 

The pro-ISIS terrorists – calling themselves the all-Qastantiyyah Foundation – called for the slayings through the Telegram app. Pictured: An ISIS supporter in Syria before the organisation was degraded by a US-led coalition 

According to SITE Intelligence Group, the children are to be murdered as ‘revenge’ for minors killed by airstrikes in Syria.

Earlier this year, a different jihadist group – also pro-ISIS – called for children to be murdered in the West.   

The US-led coalition battling ISIS in the Syrian Civil War contains the likes of Denmark, France, Germany, Britain and Australia. 

They routinely destroy ISIS positions from the air and have previously killed civilians by accident.

Earlier this week, ISIS terrorists operating on the Afghan-Pakistan border forced child soldiers to cut off the arms of a man they said was a spy. A boy no older than 10 (pictured) then beheaded him

Earlier this week, ISIS terrorists operating on the Afghan-Pakistan border forced child soldiers to cut off the arms of a man they said was a spy. A boy no older than 10 (pictured) then beheaded him

ISIS, however, enslaves, tortures, rapes and murders children as a matter of principle, according to the United Nations. 

The Islamist group also forces children to fight its battles, and often records videos of youngsters murdering prisoners in gruesome ways.   

Earlier this week, ISIS terrorists operating on the Afghan-Pakistan border forced child soldiers to cut off the arms of a man they said was a spy. 

He was then beheaded by a boy no older than 10. 



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