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ISIS leader al-Baghdadi describes Taliban leader as “demented” and “ignorant Prince of war”

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of ISIL, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

(IraqiNews.com) On Thursday, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi attacked Taliban leader Mullah Omar, describing him as “demented” and “an ignorant prince of war.”

An Afghan website quoted Baghdadi, in a statement shared by websites belonging to the ISIS organization, as saying, “Mullah Omar does not deserve any spiritual or political credibility,” noting that, “The organization has achieved in two years what Taliban could not achieve in its campaign in ten years.”

The statements come amid growing concern about the impact of the ISIS organization in Afghanistan and Pakistan after the emergence of a videotape during last week in which leaders claimed that they are from Afghanistan and Pakistan and pledged support for ISIS.



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  1. Your achievement is quickly being taken apart in huge chunks. What fake authority have you
    to be called chief of anything except a terrorist.Soon it will be your head on a pike greeting the Kurdish Peshmerga as they triumphantly enter your stronghold.

  2. He’s right. He is demented. But he could be talking about himself or that shocker who fronts Boko Haram.

  3. Our “leader” need’s to wake up and validate We are at war. Continues 24-7 around the clock hitting anythingbthat moves in the desert is the solution. No different than what We did to N**i Germany in world war 2.

  4. Pot calling the kettle black.. LOL they see to be looking for new lands to rape pillage and enslave… maybe they dont know there is no oil in Afganistan

  5. isis killls in the name of the devil not God as they claim. They r rubbish with no religion and government leadership since they have to rule by fear shows they are not true leaders

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