ISIS’ leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi continued his spew of threats against Israel, warning the nation they are not done with them.
“The Jews thought we forgotten had forgotten Palestine."
He continued, that “God willing you will not be forgotten and very soon you will hear the footsteps of Mujahadeen (Muslims who claim they are warriors of the faith).”
The Jerusalem Post translated the message which also reminded the Jewish Nation that Palestine will be justified.
“We are getting closer to you day by day. Do not think that we have forgotten about you. Palestine will be your graveyard. If it was an Islamic coalition, it would have declared itself free from its Jewish and Crusader lords and made the killing the Jews and the liberation of Palestine its goal.”
The pep talk continued for fighters in a 24-minute rant. It included that the strikes from the United States and Russia failed to weaken the group—not true, the group is losing strength and territory and Syria and Iraq.
Most recently, ISIS lost more territory when the Iraqi army took control over a government building in Ramadi. The area has been under ISIS control since July, the gain allows the army to take back control of important access roads.
What is the truth? ISIS’ fighters are afraid of the same Jewish Nation they look to destroy.
Apparently ISIS’ soldiers are scared of Israel’s military. The IDF is a major issue for ISIS German reporter Jurgen Todenhofe said. Todenhofe visited the group for 10 days, discussed Jewish News that ISIS is terrified of the Israeli army and its skill. He said that the group also believed IDF were too strong for them, and were not part of the Middle East colonization plan. The West would be the second stage of domination--nothing to worry about.
“They are not scared of the British and the Americans--they are scared of the Israelis and told me the Israeli army is the real danger. We can’t defeat them with our current strategy.”
Baghdadi also told his soldiers that they will attain success.
"Be confident that God will grant victory to those who worship him, and hear the good news that our state is doing well. The more intense the war against it, the purer it becomes and the tougher it gets.”
Israel is picking up the pieces from the latest attack in Tel Aviv after a gunman killed two and wounded several others in a pub with a machine gun. The suspect, still at-large dropped a bag containing a copy of the Koran.