Yesterday, one of the media channels attributed to ISIS released an 18-minute video, most of which was dedicated to ISIS headed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. This is the second time a movie from al-Baghdadi has been released. But on this film, with some assumptions about its reality, a few points are followed;
Al-Baghdadi is clearly in the film following the dipole of Islam-Christianity. Although he refers to what has happened to ISIS in the Syrian bogus, he continually speaks of the necessity of jihading with the rabbis, and also suggests supporters to them, which could include some Arab states. This emphasis could lead to the activation of ISIS members and supporters in some Western and Eastern countries.
Al-Baghdadi seems to be appealing to the members and supporters of ISIS in different countries. With the video (if it is credible), while denouncing rumours about his death, which could boost the mood of the ISIS sympathies, by naming some ISIS commanders killed in those years, they prove their supporters They are grateful for their plots and all have been effective in the success of this group.
Al-Baghdadi insists that God has commanded Muslims not jihad and that they should continue to be jihad. Specifically, the Crusaders and their supporters will be the main target of this jihad.
He congratulates new donors in some countries to expose ISIS. At the end of the speech, al-Baghdadi, one of the attendees at the meeting, provided him with individual reports for each of the alleged ISIL provinces; Khorasan, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, Tunisia, West Africa, Central Africa, Iraq and sham. What is highlighted in these reports is “the province of Turkey”!
Al-Baghdadi does not name Sri Lanka, and at the end of the film, a text is read by someone else who has a few sentences about the operation in Sri Lanka. Accordingly, there is the possibility that the film has been prepared before the events in Sri Lanka. It also has a polynomial about operations in Zulfi in northern Riyadh. The final text of the film speaks of the fight against al-Saud in the island of Mohammed (Saudi Arabia).