The leader of the Islamic State, in a new audio recording released Monday, called on members of the extremist group to free detainees and women held in jails and camps by any means necessary.
The purported audio by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, 48, was said to be his first public statement since April.
The article goes on to state the following:
In a 30-minute recording released by the group’s media wing, the shadowy leader asked: “How can a Muslim enjoy life?” when Muslim women are held in camps he called “prisons of humiliation run by Crusaders and their Shiite followers.”
al-Baghdadi is the world’s most-wanted man, standing accused of “either directing or inspiring terror attacks across continents,” Fox News reports. There is a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi calls for ‘revenge’ attacks against the West https://t.co/uVY4FCgdyJ
— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) September 16, 2019
US analyzing message, officials yet to verify authenticityhttps://t.co/labiUwUR1L
— Jeff Seldin (@jseldin) September 17, 2019
— Military Times (@MilitaryTimes) September 16, 2019
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