On Friday night, the Islamic State Hacking Division released a kill list that allegedly contained the addresses of 100 U.S. military members. The group claims that they compiled the list of addresses so that ISIS members residing in the United States could behead them in their own homes.
The Washington Times reports that the document posted online by the Islamic State Hacking Division feature addresses along with some photos of the military members to be killed. The “brothers” of ISIS in the U.S. are called to action to kill American military members where they think they are safe. This includes beheading the servicemen in their own homes, stabbing them as they walk down their own streets and killing them on “their own lands.”
“Kill them in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking that they are safe.”
The note to the Islamic State “Brothers in America” reminds the terrorists that the jihad crusades are not limited to the Middle East. They say it is a “world-wide jihad” and that the war is not just a ware against the Islamic State but a “war against Islam.” The note points out that it is Americans who are dropping bombs over Islamic countries and that action must be taken. The note seems to question why Islamic State followers in the US haven’t stepped up and killed more people in the United States.
“O Brothers In America, know that hte jihad against the crusaders is not limited to the lands of the Khilafah, it is a world-wide jihad and their war is not just a ware against the Islamic State, it is a war against Islam. These Kuffar that drop bombs over Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Khurasan and Somalia are from the same lands that you reside in, so when will you take action? Know that it is wajib for you to kill these kuffar! and now we have made it easy for you by giving you addresses, all you need to do is take the final step, so what are you waiting for?”
The Blaze spoke with a Defense Department spokesperson who said that they could not authenticate the information but are taking the safety of their service members seriously.
“The safety of our service members is always a concern.”