Alleged recording of Baghdadi .. What did he say?[/rtl]
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An audio message attributed to ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi spread on Monday about his subsequent plans and warned that "daily operations" were continuing.
Baghdadi began his speech by inviting his members to "jihad," referring to what he described as "new allegiance" to his alleged succession.
Baghdadi said in the recording that was attributed to him and lasted 30 minutes that the operations are in full swing and in various quarters and daily.
In the recording, al-Baghdadi talked about ISIS activities on various fronts, and pointed to different places where ISIS leads its daily battles and operations, including Mali, the Levant and the Near East, but did not specify which countries are operating.
Al-Baghdadi criticized the tyrants in many countries, such as Egypt, Sudan, Libya and Yemen.
Al-Baghdadi also called for targeting security men, interrogators and judges in the prisons where his organization operates.
In August 2018, some media reported that Baghdadi was seriously injured and lost the ability to lead the organization. is over