ISIS Declares Fatwa Against Cats Because They’re Against Their ‘Vision and Beliefs’!

WORLD – It seems even cats aren’t safe these days!

ISIS have issued a fatwa against all cats because they say the animals are against a jihadist’s ‘vision, ideology and beliefs’.

The new law, which was introduced by senior ISIS clerics yesterday under Islamic law, forbids the indoor breeding of cats in the Iraqi city of Mosul.

Senior ISIS clerics have issued a fatwa against cats (Picture: Twitter)
Senior ISIS clerics have issued a fatwa against cats (Picture: Twitter)

 

People living in the Islamic State’s ‘caliphate’ have been strictly warned not to violate the ban, which appears to have already been enforced.

ISIS fighters have reportedly begun going door to door, hunting for little kittens.

The new law forbids the indoor breeding of cats in the Iraqi city of Mosul (Picture: Israfil Yilmaz/Tumblr)
The new law forbids the indoor breeding of cats in the Iraqi city of Mosul (Picture: Israfil Yilmaz/Tumblr)
People living in Islamic State’s ‘Caliphate’ have been warned not to violate the ban (Picture: Getty Images)
People living in Islamic State’s ‘Caliphate’ have been warned not to violate the ban (Picture: Getty Images)

 

The new fatwa comes as a complete surprise, particularly after so many members of the terrorist group have been posting pictures online of themselves with kittens.

However, it appears to have all just been a propaganda stunt to attract a new breed of young fighters.

In the last few years, ISIS fighters have been posing with cats in a bid to attract a new breed of young fighters (Picture: Twitter)
In the last few years, ISIS fighters have been posing with cats in a bid to attract a new breed of young fighters (Picture: Twitter)

 

A UN report carried out back in 2014 revealed that 15,000 jihadists from 80 countries flocked to Iraq and Syria after seeing pictures of cats alongside AK-47s and masked men.

According to the report, ISIS recognized the ‘the terror and recruitment value of multi-channel, multi-language social and other media messaging’ so used the cat craze to make them seem more approachable.

Sometimes the cats are surrounded by guns and grenades (Picture: Twitter)
Sometimes the cats are surrounded by guns and grenades (Picture: Twitter)

 

In one particular Twitter feed, ISIS fighters were shown feeding and playing with kittens and even posing next to them, while holding guns.

Last year, British ISIS recruiter Omar Hussein posted a picture of his cat, Lucy, who was curled up inside a suicide belt.

Next to the picture, Hussein, who once worked as a security guard at Morrisons, commented: ‘Come closer and I’ll blow the entire house down!’

Other times they appear to be treated ‘well’ (Picture: Twitter)
Other times they appear to be treated ‘well’ (Picture: Twitter)

 

On another occasion, a Dutch jihadist Israfil Yilmaz, received 10,000 marriage proposals after he put pictures of himself holding a ginger kitten.

He captioned the photo: ‘Soft towards the creation of Allah but fierce and harsh towards the disbelievers.’

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