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‘Crusaders against crusaders’ ISIS hails Putin war in sickening tribute to Ukraine horror

Ukraine invasion is a 'religious event' for Putin says Colonel

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Writing in its al Naba newsletter, the Takfiri terrorist group known as Daesh claimed the war was “divine punishment” for the West. Speaking of the invasion of Ukraine, the editorial stated the invasion of Ukraine amounted to “crusaders versus crusaders”, and advised Muslims from around the world to remain neutral, suggesting there will be “major consequences” for everyone no matter the result

The highly controversial piece wrote: “What is happening today, the direct bloody war between the Orthodox crusaders – Russia and Ukraine – is but one example of God’s punishment for them, as described in the Qu’ran.

“Whether long or short, this Russian-Ukrainian war is but the beginning of the next wars between the Crusader countries, and the images of destruction and death we see are but a small scene of the situation in which the great wars begin.”

Daesh also spoke of rising tension between global superpowers, particularly Moscow and Washington.

The article went on to say: “The state of the escalating competition between America and Russia to control the countries of Eastern Europe, especially after the policy of support and containment America pursued” is what led to the invasion of Ukraine.”

The largely defunct terrorist group hold a grudge against both Russia and Ukraine.

For Moscow, the notion of teaming up with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and fighting against Daesh elements in Syria has left the group with a reason to remain bitter towards Putin.

With Ukraine, the fact President Volodymyr Zelensky is Jewish, as well Kyiv being part of the global coalition fighting against Daesh is also a reason to resent the country currently under attack itself.

ISIS has now made its position clear by hoping for complete destruction on both sides which will unleash global chaos and bring down the West.

The terrorists said the invasion was an “amusing punishment… upon them for their disbelief in God Almighty”.

The terrorists added: “The crusader versus crusader is still in its infancy, so, O God, perpetuate their wars and break their hearts.”

Daesh is also maintaining distance from Chechen Muslim fighters who remain sympathetic to Russia.

They branded the fighters, led by Ramzan Kadyrov, “apostate militias”, and compared them to ex-Afghan president Hamid Karzai who fought alongside George Bush and the US against the Taliban.

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Last week, the Kremlin claimed the US was training up ISIS Jihadis to fight alongside Ukraine in the war, as part of Putin’s misinformation campaign.

Allegations have emerged in the past in which the US has indirectly supplied ISIS with weapons under Operation Timer Sycamore

An investigation by journalists Phil Sands and Suha Maayeh revealed rebels supplied with weapons from Jordan, initially from the US, sold a portion of them to local arms dealers, often to raise cash to pay additional fighters.

Some weapons were sold to Bedouin traders referred to locally as “The Birds” in Syria.

According to rebel forces, the Bedouins would then trade the weapons to ISIS, who would place orders using the encrypted WhatsApp messaging service.

Russia’s intelligence service said the US has trained the terrorists in “subversive and terrorist warfare methods with a focus on the Donbas region.”

Terror groups ultimately root on the side of chaos and mutual destruction.

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Extremist groups have been known to insert their opinions or directives into domestic or international conflicts — and even clashes at a much smaller local level such as high-profile protests or battles with police — in the name of stoking chaos and attempting to internally weaken their enemies.

After the attack on the US Capitol, al-Qaeda went so far as to declare it was fortuitous the fourth plane on 9/11 didn’t reach its Washington target, stating an “impending civil war” can better destroy the country as they simultaneously urged Protestants to assassinate President Biden for being a “provocative” Catholic in the Oval Office.

Al-Qaeda then tried to stoke violence within Christianity, stating “it is worth pointing out here Biden is only the second Catholic president to make it to the White House.

“He insists in almost a provocative manner on putting the Pope’s picture on display on his office desk.”

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