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Jihadi Comic Strip Portrays Jewish Men as Child Traffickers

On January 24, 2012, "Qasf Al-Ru'ood," a member of the jihadi forum Shumoukh Al-Islam, posted the second installment in his jihadi comic strip. "The Fleeing Enemy" depicts the journey of a non-Muslim "enemy" soldier into the arms of an Islamic conversion. In the comic strip, the children-soldiers are raised and "sold" by Jewish human traffickers.

MEMRI translated the text and explains the plot:

The story begins in an unidentified location in the West, where future soldiers are shown as children who are raised with no loving family under harsh conditions. "Managing" the children is a man bearing Jewish characteristics named "Cohen." Cohen, along with his associate, raises the children so he can later sell them to be trained as soldiers.

Outwardly, these soldiers are depicted as heroes, but on the inside they are miserable, and seek love and happiness.

The story then follows one of the soldiers who travels to a Muslim land and meets the characters that appeared in the first comic strip installment. Those characters are shown to have been raised in a religious Muslim family; their father had travelled to one of the jihad fronts and died there. The soldier then wonders about the reason for their true happiness and fulfillment in life, to which the underlying answer is Islam.

The story concludes with the soldier converting to Islam, and declaring that finally he has become a "true human being." He later decides to become a mujahid to fight for Islam and Muslims.

The images from the comic strip are featured below:

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