ISIS leader al-Baghdadi calls on its Muslim terrorists for more attacks on the West
ISIS terror group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has released a new audio recording calling on its Muslim terrorists to carry out more terror attacks in order to release jailed ISIS terrorists and jihadist women held in camps.
The audio, in which al-Baghdadi says that his terror group is carrying out attacks in several countries, is his first public statement since April when the leader terrorist appeared in a vide for the first time since 2014.
In the 30 minute audio, al-Baghdadi, whose health is believed to be failing, reportedly tells his followers: “How can a Muslim enjoy life when Muslim women” are held in camps he called “prisons of humiliation run by Crusaders and their Shia followers”.
He also called on brainwashed jihadists “to resist and lead the fight for five years and to hold good and work as the pioneers of Islam”… “the results are in the hands of allah… winners or vanquished your place is outstanding with him”, al-Baghdadi said.
The terror boss said that jihadists should target interrogators and judges who are questioning ISIS terrorists.
The twisted cult leader also mentions countries where ISIS still have cells, aside from Iraq and Syria, including Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Tunisia, and Libya.
The United States is offering up to $25 million for any credible information that leads to his capture.