Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula official Khaled Batarfi

Al-Qaida: ISIS divides Muslims instead of targeting Jews and Christians

In response to a recent ISIS statement stating the illegitimacy of all other jihadi groups, al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula and al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb released a joint video statement on Monday denouncing the group that controls large swathes of Syria and Iraq, The Middle East Media Research Institute has reported.

  • Censored_EG

    I would be very happy if ISIS and Al Qaeda fought each other to the last man (and woman and child), and that Sunnis and Shi’ites slaughtered each other to the end of time. As for this spokesman, here is a slightly different camera angle of this enlightened excuse for a human being:

  • This was the blissful state of affairs in the moslem world after the despotic Ottomans and before the 1950s. They didn’t have the petro-dollars to project their inchoate hatred and violence beyond their immediate neighbors so they had constant war on each other. They seem never to learn to be civilized but we can hope for a continued return to the good old days when they concentrated on killing and torturing themselves. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch!

    • I say we encourage Islamic Fratricide at every opportunity.

      • The bad news is that hey are murderous swine, The good news is that if you place them next to each other they will do everyone a favor…

    • tom_billesley

      I’m pinning my hopes on nuclear fusion, then they can drink their oil.

      • Fusion is good fission is even better- or just any old combination of multiple exothermic chemical reactions of extreme rapidity that would do too.

  • Maggat

    Good. We need more ISIS.

  • marty_p

    Sudanese citizen tried to kill Israeli on int’l flight,7340,L-4720487,00.html

  • Barrington Minge

    Yet another inbred numptie spouting shyte…where do they find them?