The Islamic State’s (ISIS) official Arabic-language publication in the United States is known as Al-Bayan, which translates as “the book.”
This publication has over a hundred thousand copies in circulation, but has been in a state of relative obscurity in the U.S. for more than a decade, despite the fact that the group has been a powerful force in Syria and Iraq for years.
Now, thanks to a discovery made by the National Security Agency, there are more than 500 copies of Al-bayan in circulation in the hands of ISIS supporters.
However, the documents have been in the possession of ISIS members for more years than they’ve been in their possession.
This was made clear in a document discovered in an ISIS propaganda video, where a militant identified as Abu Abdurrahman says, “These manuscripts are not a part of the Quran.”
He went on to say, “They are copies that were not written by the Prophet Muhammad, and these copies are of a certain period.
The period in which the Quranic texts were revealed was much longer, and there were many people who wrote these texts.”
The document then goes on to claim that “the Quran is the final word in Islam.”
This is despite the claim that the Quran is “only” the final words, and that “none of the preceding revelations are true.”
These documents have long been considered inextricably tied to the ISIS ideology.
In a 2012 interview, an ISIS militant named Abu Abdallah Al-Arabi, who goes by the nom de guerre Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, stated that the organization was motivated by “the same principles and beliefs” as the Taliban.
Al-Gharbi, the document’s author, also explained that “these manuscripts are copies of the writings of the Prophet (peace be upon him), as they were written by him, and they are in a certain manner.
The writing in the Quran, however, is the most important and authentic.
And we don’t want to leave anything behind.”
In 2016, ISIS released a document that claimed that the “Book of Allah” is the only way to save humanity.
According to Al-Ansari, ISIS members have used the Quran as a way to propagate their ideology and their ideology has been instrumental in shaping the beliefs and actions of their followers.
The documents ISIS has produced since the group’s inception have featured extensive references to the Quran.
One example of this is the publication of a translation of the Hadith (the Quran’s story), which contains the verses of the Qur’an that were revealed by the prophet Muhammad.
According, this translation was called “the Book of Allah.”
This Hadith was believed to have been written by Muhammad, who was the founder of Islam and the first to introduce a doctrine of the caliphate.
Another document, entitled the Quran’s Narrative, which was published in 2004, contains the stories of the prophets of the Islamic Caliphate, as well as a summary of Muhammad’s life.
The book was also referred to as “al-Bukhari” or “bukhari.”
Another Islamic document, known as “Al-Amin al-Jihad,” which was written by an ISIS member in 2014, is entitled “The Prophet Muhammad and His Companions” and was published by ISIS.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and ISIS also released a number of documents in 2014 and 2015, which contained detailed information on the prophet and the early life of the prophet.
These documents were titled “Muhammad and the Prophets” and “A Man Named Muhammad.”
According to a report from the New York Times, these documents are “some of the most extensive documents ever produced by the Islamic State.”
However, these materials are believed to be in the form of handwritten text that was not intended for reading.
Al Jazeera also found copies of a number other documents, including a “Kitab al-Ijtihad,” or “The Kitab of the Imams,” which contains various narratives about the prophet, and a “Tafseer al-Quran,” which is a translation from the Arabic for “scriptures.”
ISIS’s publication of these documents is an indication of the group being more interested in disseminating its ideology than the Quran itself.
These materials are not meant to be read in full.
In addition to the documents themselves, there is evidence that ISIS has published other Islamic material in its possession, including the writings and teachings of other prominent Islamic leaders.
For example, ISIS published the works of Imam Ibn Hajar al-Muhandis, a Muslim theologian who died in the early 20th century.
He is also the founder and a renowned Muslim scholar.
Another ISIS publication, titled “A Fatwa from Imam Abu Muhammad al-Masri,” which contained the teachings of Imam al-Hajj, is titled “The Fatwa of Imam Abu Masri.”
These works were published by the group in