ISIS 'holiday brochure' offers swimming, bee keeping in war-torn Iraq

ISIS has released a 'holiday brochure' offering activities like swimming and even bee keeping in areas under its control Iraq in a bid to lure people.

ISIS 'holiday brochure' offers swimming, bee keeping in war-torn Iraq

London: ISIS has released a 'holiday brochure' offering activities like swimming and even bee keeping in areas under its control Iraq in a bid to lure people.

The brochure, which is available online, urges people to travel to war-torn Iraq and enjoy sunshine and local delicacies.

The jihadi spin doctors released the new brochure showing men diving in the Tigris River in Iraq, enjoying swimming at a picturesque pool and even beekeepers and the honey they produce, the Mirror reported.

The pool pictures showing men enjoying a swim come after a recent Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) video showed the execution of four men by drowning as they were put in a cage and lowered into a pool.

The terror group has been running a sophisticated propaganda operation that extols the virtues of their new regime.

Last month, ISIS posted pictures of tempting choc bars, a bridal boutique and a shopping mall to lure British jihadists to Mosul in Iraq.

They have also boasted of the five-star Nineveh hotel on the river Tigris that has been reopened.

The ISIS led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a former al Qaeda commander in Iraq, has gone on to build a global network of affiliates and branches that now stretches from Afghanistan to West Africa.

Meanwhile, ISIS supporters have reportedly also launched an Android app, allowing others to keep up with news and videos as they are released.

The app allows supporters to see new releases from the group, giving them live feeds sorted into categories like "photos reports, daily al-Bayan Radio news bulletins, and video productions", according to SITE Intelligence Group, an American for-profit consultancy that tracks terrorist activity.

(With PTI Inputs)

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