ISIS terrorists release poorly produced video in hopeless publicity stunt
The Daesh terrorist group, desperate to gain attention after suffering heavy losses, threatened President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and announced Turkey as a new “province,” in a new video released Wednesday.
The poorly produced video, features three masked fighters standing beside a rocket launcher, speaking in Turkish.
“Hey, Erdoğan, the arrogant tyrant of Turkey, do not consider the swords of the caliphate’s soldiers are far away from you,” says one of the terrorists, surrounded by two men holding machine guns.
Covering their faces, the militants swear allegiance to the group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi throughout the video.
“Know that standing along the ranks of the Crusaders will not help you against the soldiers of the caliphate,” the man says referring to Erdoğan.
The video comes less than three months after al-Baghdadi appeared in a video holding a folder with the name ‘Wilayat Turkey’ (Province of Turkey in Arabic) on it.
Wednesday’s video bore the name Wilayat Turkey.
The video showed three terrorists speaking, and five terrorists during the pledge, while it failed to convey evidence about the terrorist group’s territory and infrastructure, according to Rita Katz, the director of the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors terrorist groups online.
Source: Daily Sabah