Skip to comments.ISIL Chief Allegedly Gives Sermon In Mosul
Posted on 07/05/2014 9:56:34 AM PDT by Citizen Zed
Baghdadi, who on June 29 declared the establishment of an Islamic state on ISIL territory, ordered Muslims to obey him "as long as I obey God."
Baghdadi, wearing a black turban and a black robe, laid out the agenda of what has been declared the Islamic State (IS)
The sermon was allegedly given during Friday Prayers on July 4.
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I thought he had been injured?
Take a really good look at this medieval lunatic. Then perhaps people will begin to understand why Islamic culture is simply not compatible with the values and institutions of the West. When Muslim counties are confronted with Western modernity they begin to crumble into chaos and violence. They lash out against the West with suicide bombers, intolerance, the murder of health care workers and teachers as well as increasing their brutal suppression of women. They are not “just like us” and Western leaders who think so have placed the West in grave danger.
As long as he obeys his god, Lucifer.
Wonder if he got zotted after he left the Mosque?
Iraqi Isis Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Severely Injured and Flees to Syria.
International Business Times ^ | 07/05/2014 | Vasudevan Sridharan
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Sunni militant outfit Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis), is said to have been severely injured in the raging battle forcing him to flee to neighbouring Syria.
According to a report in the Iraqi news network Al Sumaria, the insurgent leader was injured during a raid led by Iraqs Shiite-led security forces in the west of Anbar.
The Iraqi security forces carried out an operation in the city of Qaim on the border with Syria based on accurate intelligence and with the help of the Air Force where the leader of ISIL, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi was seriously injured, said Haidar al-Shara, a representative of the international parliament in Iraq.
However, the report has so far not been independently verified. If confirmed, it will be a severe blow to the militant group which has been marching on several Iraqi cities.
The Iraqi official said: After being hit, al-Baghdadi, with a range of elements of his organisation fled into Syrian territory because of its proximity to Qaim, adding: al-Baghdadi might be killed as a result of the severity of his injuries.