Saturday, September 3, 2016

Jihadist: "Will Pray in Rome" -- New Video by ISIS

Islamic State: The Goal is Rome

(Rome) The terrorist militia Islamic State (IS) has released a new propaganda video. The video shows a suicide bomber shortly before his deed. In his message he appears certain that Islam will carry "victory"  and the followers of Allah will soon pray in Rome instead of the Christians.
The suicide bomber blew himself up shortly after recording his video message in Benghazi in Libya in the air. He turns in his message to the jihadists in Syria and Iraq, who he wants to "win" and  to "pray in Rome".
Abdel Rahman el-Libi is the name of the Islamic kamikaze. He refers in his message to the "prophet" Mohammed, who had already predicted the victory over Rome. The Islamists should not fret neither the unity of the "crusaders," nor the Arab tyrants who were against them, Allah will give them victory. "We are a united nation and sharia will prevail throughout the world."
The video lasts 14 minutes and shows several pictures of suicide attacks in Libya and references inter alia to the Libyan General Khalifa Haftar, the commander of the army of the government of Tobruk.
According to the press agency Alwasat, Abdel Rahman el-Libi was killed in a suicide bombing last July 30 against a center of the Libyan army in Kawarsha in Benghazi. His video has just now been released by the Islamic State (IS) on the Internet.
Text: Andreas Becker
Image: SxS (Screenshot)
Trans: Tancred
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CJ said...

Yes, they will. On their knees in front of the Tabernacle begging forgiveness when we finally get the Consecration of Russia and the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Geremia said...

Didn't a Muslim (and an "Orthodox" or Jew?) already pray with Francis in the Vatican gardens?

Unknown said...

This very likely could happen, due to the dhimmified liberals in Italy, many of them clergy, who make excuses for Islamic terror.

Barnum said...

Where is Berlusconi when you need him?

Anonymous said...

Yes and don't forget the 3 seperate Assisi "encounters".

Anonymous said...

Where is General Sobieski and Pope St.Pius V when you need them??