The Urdu-language Pakistani weekly magazine Haftroza Al-Qalam, which belongs to the al-Qa’ida-linked jihadist organization Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM), published an article in its May-June 2010 issue on Dajjal (the antichrist). The author, Talha As-Saif, a regular columnist for the magazine, argues that a focus on conspiracy theories such as those about Dajjal wastes Muslims’ energy and causes them to overestimate the power of the West. The caption in the image reads: “dajjal…yahudiyyet, yek zawiye fekr” (“Dajjal, Judaism: A Viewpoint”). The image includes several familiar jihadi elements, including the silhouette of a warrior, a picture of an armed fighter, and a mountain and sun on the horizon. In addition, the image contains the JeM logo (the white banner with three black lines and the word “jihad” in a black circle).