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Topics: Terrorism, Iraq, Syria, isis

Saturday, 21 February 2015

image for ISIS to produce "Glee" inspired web series
Many characters in the series will wear towels around their heads to protect their identity

Mosul, Iraq-New video released by the Islamic State today details the next step in ISIS' battle for the hearts and minds of idiots throughout the middle east.

Known for their slickly produced videos and their command and use of social media to expand their cause, ISIS now plans on producing a weekly web series inspired by the hit television show Glee.

"The natural progression of the Islamic State in our fight to conquer the world for Allah and to bring the sword to the infidels is now being fulfilled." says a masked man with a British accent in the video.

The Islamic State version of Glee will focus on a group of teenage men who attend al-Nuri madrasa and face the realities of living under Sharia law.

There will be characters like Jahmir, who struggles with whether or not he should burn his sisters face with acid after she leaves the house with her eyes exposed and Mahmod, who after finding out that his cousin is a filthy sodomite, humbly accepts the responsibility of burning the boy alive.

"Thanks be to Allah. This show will have it all," says the masked man, "The drama. The comedy. But no singing. That is punishable by death."

The show is to begin airing in March.

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