ISIS "adds fuel to the fire" calling for fires in the US and Europe
Amid the recent death of leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, whose death was announced by Donald Trump and massive fires in California, IS media published posters calling on radical Islamists to continue the fires.
Update: President Trump has announced the death of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. https://t.co/5LnpsbBj73— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) October 27, 2019
It is worth mentioning that long California fires have already destroyed more than 10 thousand acres of land, which is why the governor introduced a state of emergency.
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In one such message, jihadists call for "fires in forests" in the United States.
According to the Middle East Media Research Institute "The text reads: ‘Oh monotheists [followers of ISIS], ignite fires in the forests and fields, and we are addressing especially those who live in Europe and America, for they are painful to them.'"
The symbol of Quraysh, a pro-Islamic State news agency, known for its collaboration with a terrorist organization, is also visible in the photo. According to official information, the last similar poster, appealing to burn European countries and the USA, was published on November 4th.
Created by the Islamic state of the great caliphate, a terrorist organization called ISIS, its activities were banned by the heads of the United States, Canada, Great Britain, the United Arab Emirates, the Russian Federation and several other countries.
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