Bin Laden’s successor calls on Muslims to seek revenge
Written by Chizoba Gule on November 9, 2017
It is alleged that Osama Bin Laden’s successor has urged followers of his fathers’ rule to seek vengeance for his death by partaking in terrorist attacks in the United States of America.
An audio recording went viral on Tuesday.
According to MSN, it was broadcasted by Al-Qaeda’s communication channel.
The recording, reported to be translated by Long War Journal, is said to be asking Muslims around the world to take revenge on Americans and those who took part in the killing of ‘Sheikh’ (Bin Laden).
He has called on Muslims to rebel against tyranny and the oppression brought on by the Americans.
CNN reports that Osama and Hamza’s brother is alleged to have been killed by the US Navy Seals during a raid that took place in Pakistan, 2011.
According to analysts, this call is the result of ISIS dissipating in the Middle East and an attempt to revive the movement.
Jean-Marc, a researcher at King’s College London, has asserted that the timing of this audio call was perfect as it would attract all former ISIS members.
It is alleged that ISIS has steadily undergone resistance in Iraq and Syrian territories thus decreasing their influence.
Earlier this month, Long War Journal reported the Central Intelligence Agency releasing the very first adult pictures of Hamza Bin laden, the successor of Osama Bin Laden’s vision and movement.