October 20, 2014

ISIS launches caliphate passport as it aims to expand its territory

By Ghanizada - Tue Aug 12 2014, 4:16 pm

Islamic State passportThe Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has reportedly issued Islamic State passports as the group expressed desire to expand its territory in Middle East, parts of Asia and Europe.

The group has also threatened to to raise the jihadist flag over Downing Street and the White House.

The introduction of passports by ISIS is believed to be part of the group’s ongoing campaign of psychological warfare, with experts saying that the passports are little more than a symbolic gesture.

Photos of the passports based on the black jihadist flag flown by ISIS terrorists with inscription “State of the Islamic Caliphate” at the top of the passport, were circulated on social media websites.

The document also allegedly says, “If the holder of the passport is harmed we will deploy armies for his service.”

The first image of the passport emerged last month by ISIS militant members and sympathizers who said that the the new document will be distributed to 11,000 citizens living in cities bordering Iraq and Syria.

According to reports, the passports are being printed in a government printing facility in Mosul which was building in 2011.

ISIS which operates in both Syria and Iraq has said their would spread from Aleppo in northern Syria to Diyala in eastern Iraq.

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