ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Sends Out New Audio Message – Threatens US Troops in Africa and Asia

ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi released a new audio message inviting fellow Islamists to join the Islamic State.

Al-Baghdadi also threatened US troops in Mali, Niger, Yemen, Tunisia, Libya and Asian regions.

Fars News reported:

 

Ringleader of the terrorist organization ISIL Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has released a new audio message inviting militants to join the ISIL, trying to boost their morale, the Arabic-language media outlets said.

The Arabic-language TV network Al-Alam reported that al-Baghdadi in his message has asserted that after five years since its establishment, the ISIL is still active and continues its operation.

The ISIL ringleader reiterated that the ISIL will welcome the militants who would join the terrorist organization.

“The ISIL terrorists in a war of attrition has targeted 11 countries while conducting 63 military operations in three days and hitting targets in 10 provinces,” al-Baghdadi said.

The ISIL ringleader also warned the US troops and their allies in Mali, Niger, Yemen, Tunisia, Libya and Asian regions that they will face a fate similar to the US troops in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria.

Al-Baghdadi’s audio message comes while the self-proclaimed caliphate of the ISIL that declared existence in 2014 is gone and its militants are fleeing in Iraqi and Syrian deserts.

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