ISIS-affiliated media post shocking graphic on conducting proper knife

by Lisa Daftari <> Wednesday
Nov 30, 2016 2:38pm

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A pro-Islamic State media group posted to its Telegram channel a graphic
advising followers on the proper knives to use and areas to stab when
conducting a knife attack.

The Yaqeen media group advises jihadis:

*• Do not use a short knife*

*• Do not use a long knife*

*• Choose a good middle sized knife that does not fold*

*• You can stab it or cut it open or both*

The graphic then advises, “These 3 places are lethal areas in the arm that
can be cut,” with arrows pointing to the armpit, elbow and wrist.

A second set of arrows point to the stomach: “Soft area that can be easily
cut and torn.”

This comes after Monday’s Ohio State University knife attack in which
18-year-old Abdul Razak Ali Artan rammed his car into a group then
subsequently exited his vehicle and stabbed individuals with a butcher
knife leaving 11 injured. Artan was then shot dead by a nearby police

ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack Tuesday on its social media

Artan made several references to jihad on his Facebook page including the
mentioning of notorious jihadi cleric Anwar Al Awlaki.

The graphic is a screen grab from an extensive tutorial video reported by
The Foreign Desk released by the terror group’s Raqqa headquarters this
past weekend on how to properly behead someone using only a kitchen knife.

In the *video*
a masked attacker encourages knife attacks on the West, at one point
stating, “There is no need to use firearms like a rifle or a pistol, rather
it is enough to use blade weapon.”

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