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ISIS called for more lone wolf attacks in Australia on iconic landmarks

Light the ground beneath them aflame and scorch them with terror. Kill them on the streets...even in their backyards.
Article in Rumiyah, ISIS' propaganda magazine

ISIS has ramped up propaganda calling for terrorist attacks on Australian landmarks like the Sydney Opera House in its online magazine, Rumiyah, on Tuesday.

Business Insider Australia reports the article also highlights the Melbourne Cricket Ground and Bondi Beach, both iconic Australian landmarks.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) claims "Nothing can match it" on its website.

Bondi Beach is similarly iconic, billed as "one of Australia's most famous beaches."

This tweet shows the magazine's layout.

Here's another look at Rumiyah.

Stab them, shoot them, poison them, and run them down with your vehicles. Kill them wherever you find them...
Article in Rumiyah, ISIS' propaganda magazine

The magazine also has a four-page article about Ezzit Raad, an Australian jihadist who was killed in Syria on Monday. Raad was imprisoned in Australia after he was linked to a plot to blow up the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The magazine calls Australia "a land cloaked in darkness."

ISIS called for more lone wolf attacks on iconic Australian landmarks

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