Meanwhile, President of the Islamic Front, Umar Abdullah this morning confirmed that Trinidadian Abu Sa’d at Trinidadi, a national of this country who has urged sympathisers to launch home turf attacks against Christians, was in fact one of the people of interest in an alleged plot to kill former Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar.
Mr. Abdullah made the revelation during a televised interview this morning.
Abu Sa’d at-Trinidadi featured in the July edition of Dabiq, Isis’ online magazine being published since 2014. It is aimed at recruitment, unitarianism, truth-seeking, migration and holy war among matters.
The July edition, issued last weekend and obtained by T&T Guardian last Sunday, is based on the theme “Break the Cross.”
It features Christian converts, including at-Trinidadi , from the US, Canada, Finland and Jamaica who have called for supporters to destroy “Christian disbelievers.” Following last week’s issue of the magazine, news broke of nine suspected T&T nationals detained in Turkey en route to join Isis.