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    Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises (1881)

    Muslims around the world have answered the call of Daesh (Islamic State) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to take up arms and join the terrorist organization with a bunch of hilarious comments mocking his words and the idea of “caliphate.”

    Daesh recorded an audio message in which al-Baghdadi tried saying that his group is doing "better than ever," despite the increased pressure from the Syrian Army aided by Russian airstrikes, as well as a separate US-led bombing campaign.

    Al-Baghdadi called upon Muslims around the world to urgently join Daesh by supporting its cause and becoming new recruits.

    Unfortunately for al-Baghdadi, Muslims didn't buy into his nonsense, rejecting the message and laughing at Daesh's message on social media.

    ​​Thousands of Internet users replied to al-Baghdadi with funny and sarcastic responses, openly mocking the Daesh leader.

    ​​​The terror group looks desperate, as the Syrian Army, helped by Russian airstrikes, is gradually pushing Daesh out of its positions, methodically destroying its outposts, fighters and equipment.

    Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises (1881)


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