Which verse in the Quran says we should kill people?

The Islamic State’s online propaganda wing has released an English translation of the Quran, in which it says Muslims should kill unbelievers.

The English translation was published by the group’s English-language magazine, Dabiq.

The magazine is a major source of Islamic State propaganda, often quoting the group from other sources.

The first verse of the Koran, known as Surah An-Nisa, reads: “O you who believe!

Kill the infidels wherever you find them.

For God has cursed them with a painful torment and they will never be able to bear it.”

The second verse, known commonly as Surat Al-Noor, says: “Indeed We have cursed them and We have made their torment unbearable.

“And God is Forgiving, Merciful.””

The third verse, which is known as the Surah Al-Hikma, is translated as: “Fight those who do not believe in God and the Last Day and do not forbid those who believe to do so, but rather guard them from harm and protect them against persecution.

“And God is Forgiving, Merciful.”

The Quran’s English translation is a translation of Surah Ali.

It is based on Arabic.

The first edition of the English Quran was produced in 1512 by the English monk John Murray and the second edition was written in 1553 by the Arabic translator Al-Kindi.

The third edition, which came to be known as Hadith, was completed in 1608 and published in 1682.

In March, Islamic State supporters claimed responsibility for an attack on a Shiite mosque in Iraq that killed at least 31 people, including a woman and her three children.

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility in a number of attacks, including last year’s deadly bombing of a mosque in the Iraqi city of Tikrit.

The Quran is not the only source of the group in the West.

Islamic State has been inspired by the Bible, which it believes to be a literal translation of Islam.

The United States has been targeting the group with a series of airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.

The U.S. also has launched a campaign against Islamic State in Libya, where the group has seized large swathes of territory and has been fighting for more than a year.