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Sunday, 27 December 2015

ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi threatens the West in new spine-chilling message

                      
In his first message to the public in the last 7 months, ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has warned Western countries and Israel to expect imminent attacks and also warned “crusaders” not to dare fight on his turf.

According to CNN, Israeli Military officials are not taking the video too seriously because they believe ISIS doesn't have much of a stronghold in the country plus the exact date of the video shoot is unclear. al-Baghdadi called on Saudi citizens to 'rise up against the apostate tyrants, and avenge their people in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen'.

                          
''Jews ,soon you shall hear from us in Palestine,which will become your grave. The Jews thought we forgot Palestine and that they had distracted us from it,Not at allJews. We did not forget Palestine for a moment, with the help of Allah we will not forget it,The pioneers of the jihadist fighters will surround you on a day that you think is distant and we know is close. We are getting closer every day."

"Crusaders and Jews don't dare to come on the ground because they were defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan," he said in the statement released through an Isil-run internet account.
'And soon, soon with God's permission, you will hear the footsteps of the mujahideen... We are getting closer to you day by day,'

''They announced lately a coalition... falsely called 'Islamic,' and announced its goal is to fight the caliphate,' said Baghdadi in the recording circulating among pro-IS Twitter users.
'If this coalition were Islamic, it would have announced victory and aid to the people of Syria,'

On Saturday, ISIS suffered a major blow after a US-backed alliance of Syrian Kurds and Arab rebel groups, backed by coalition planes, captured a dam from its fighters, cutting a main supply route of the militants.

No one has heard from the Terrorist leader in 7 months ever since a U.S coordinated attack had reportedly injured him and he is thought to constantly move between Isil's strongholds of Raqqa, northeastern Syria, and Mosul, in Iraq, in a bid to avoid airstrikes.

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