ISIS and Taliban Have Announced Jihad…On Each Other. We Wish Them Both The Best Of Luck!

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) chief Abu Bakar al-Baghdadi has called the Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar a fool and an illiterate warlord, according to Liveleak. This is apparently part of the ISIS vs Taliban Jihad announcement.

  • The Goat

    I’m rooting for the asteroid.

  • Ed

    This is WAY better than Itchy and Scratchy!

  • David Murrell

    Good news for we conservatives. But think of liberals out there (e.g. CBC News, the Islamic Star, the Globe and Mail). Over the years they have been sympathetic to the Taliban, and, currently, liberals rarely criticize the Islamic State. So from their perspective, its must be a bad thing to see these neo-Nazi forces start fighting each other. To the liberals, Western democratic society is the enemy.

  • Islamonauseated

    I’m rooting for both sides — Let the slaughter begin! Just keep it within the borders of all your muzzie shitholes and the more the merrier!

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Is this anything like Godzilla vs. Megalon?

  • Barrington Minge

    Great. the more the merrier!!! Lots of dead sandrats..perfect!!

  • J. C.

    Let the games begin!!!
    *grabs popcorn* 😉

  • MannieP

    Taliban, ISIL, ISIS, Daesh, Khorasan, IS, Al-Qaeda, AQAP, QWERTY . . . all these terrorist organizations and alphabet soup organizations are just the same population of barbarians swirling around in a series of endlessly making and breaking coalitions. There is no overall leadership of most of these groups. A bunch of slimes just band together and call themselves Taliban. or daesh, or whatever. This is why, over here, we have Taliban and Al Q at war, and over there, they are training together. It’s gotta confuse them more than it confuses us.

    They are the primordial soup of islamic radicalism. All in needs is a spark, or maybe a grenade, to generate life.

  • Jabberwokk

    The Snake eating it’s tail?

  • Maggat

    Is there anyway I can help them both?