While the whole world is hooked on yet another edition of the Eurovision Song Festival, my Iraqi friend Aymenn J Al-Tamimi (
@ajaltamimi) had the great idea of opening another contest in reaction. Here comes Jihadivision, a compilation of 24 Jihadi Anasheed, every video is introduced by our editor in chief for this evening, Aymenn.
Time to announce my alternative song contest to the awful
#Eurovision: folks, I give you #Jihadivision !!! I will post 24 jihadist anasheed and simply RT and favourite if you want to vote for it as your favourite. #Jihadivision
Nasheed #1: ‘Madin kas-Sayf’ by Abu Ali:
Technically Saudi, but in
#Jihadivision we have no artificial borders!
Nasheed #2: ‘Jaljalat’ by Abu Ali:
Nasheed #3: ‘Oh Ummah of Tawhid, Get Up…’: by Abu Muslim al-Hadrami.
Nasheed #4: ‘Remnants of Glory’ by Abu Ali:
Nasheed #5: ‘Sharid Bihim’: A favourite of Suqur al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham.
Nasheed #6: ‘Labbayk’, a favourite of Hizb-ut-Tahrir in Bilad ash-Sham:
Nasheed #8: ‘Fight the enemies of God’ by Promised Day Brigades:
Nasheed #10: ‘With the Battalions of Faith’:
Nasheed #11: personal entry of
@ElSaltador and @p_vanostaeyen : ‘We are the helpers of #Sharia‘: http://ia601600.us.archive.org/18/items/Ansar-sharea-khowlan/Ansar2.mp3 … #Jihadivision
Nasheed #12: time for a
#Sufi jihadist song! ‘The Naqshibandi has cried for preparing the horsemen’:
Nasheed #13: ‘Ghurabaa’ (‘Strangers’):
Nasheed #14: ‘By our
#Jihad‘, an Abu Ali classic:
Nasheed #16: ‘The time has arrived for the assault’, dedicated to Jabhat al-Nusra in Bilad ash-Sham:
[Intermission loaded with propaganda for Pepsi drinking Jihadi’s in Syria ~ please go buy a Pepsi now and then come back to us]