Amazon stops selling ISIS propaganda magazine 'Dabiq'
New Delhi: American e-commerce company Amazon has stopped selling the ISIS propaganda magazine 'Dabiq', two weeks after it was briefly available for sale on the website.
Four different copies of ISIS' magazine 'Dabiq' were available in paperback form on Amazon's sites in the UK, US, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
The author of the magazine was listed as al-Hayat Media Centre, the ISIS' media arm which produces propaganda videos and newsletters for the group.
Israel National News said that Amazon might have sold thousands of copies of the Dabiq across Europe in the last two weeks.
The publication, named after the small Syrian town of Dabiq for symbolic reasons, was launched in 2014.
Islamic State is a proscribed terrorist organisation in several countries including the UK, the US and India.