DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – An Islamist women’s group has launched an Internet magazine aimed at recruiting Arab women to fight holy wars against non-Muslims.
The Al-Khansaa magazine, launched about a week ago and expected to appear monthly, also provides fitness tips for female "jihadis," or holy warriors, information on treating injuries and advice on raising children to fight nonbelievers.
The magazine, appearing on several extremist Islamic Web sites, claims to have been started "at the initiative" of two slain al-Qaida militants in Saudi Arabia, Abdulaziz al-Moqrin and Issa Saad Mohammed bin Oushan. (Source)
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