The officially undeclared 'ISIS anthem' - "Umma Qad Laha Farjun"

The young militants of the Islamic State terror organisation are incresingly using popular social networking sites like Twiter and Facebook as an indispensable part of their propaganda.

Updated: Nov 20, 2015, 19:19 PM IST
The officially undeclared 'ISIS anthem' - "Umma Qad Laha Farjun"

New Delhi: The young militants of the Islamic State terror organisation are incresingly using popular social networking sites like Twiter and Facebook as an indispensable part of their propaganda.

In the latest update, according to a dailyo.in report, the ISIS militants have unleashed some extremely appealing ISIS hymns, known as anasheed jihadiya or simply nasheed.

Notably, these Urdu hyms have added a brand value to the propaganda of the terror organisation. The nasheeds have given the soundtrack to most of the IS videos and are played in cars in the areas controlled by them.

The most popular nasheed relased by Islamic State militants is known as: "Umma Qad Laha Farjun".

It's English translation says:

"The Islamic State has arisen by the blood of righteous,

The Islamic State has arisen by the Jihad of pious,

They have offered their souls in righteousness with constancy and conviction,

So that the religion may be established in which there is law of the Lord of Worlds"

Furthermore, the ISIS militants have very smartly moulded the religious hymns to cater to the modern audience.