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    'I’m Busy Being a Real Muslim': Muslims Mock Daesh’s Call to Arms

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    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.

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