"France haughtily began executing air strikes against the Khilafah (Caliphate). Like Russia, it was blinded by hubris (arrogance) thinking its geographical distance from the lands of the Khilafah would protect it," the magazine says in its lead article.
"Islamic State dispatched its brave knights to wage war in the homelands of the wicked crusaders, leaving Paris and its residents shocked and awed. The eight knights brought Paris down on its knees," it adds.
The 'Dabiq' boasts that 'only eight of our knights armed with just assault rifles and explosive belts' have managed to force France declare a state of emergency.
The magazine carries pictures of what it claims to be the bomb that was planted on the Russian airliner that crashed in Egypt's Sinai desert.