As ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, continues its conquest of the Middle-East, focusing its efforts mainly in Syria and Iraq, a spokesman for the terror group released a recording confirming that ISIS wants Jerusalem and Paris, too.
Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, who is notorious for making militant statements said in the recording, “The Islamic State will remain, and it is only getting stronger and achieving more victories.”
After he had warmed up, al-Adnani turned his extremist threats towards Jews and Christians, warning them that they faced two options in the future, “Convert to Islam or pay the ultimate price when your armies are expelled from Muhammad’s peninsula, from Jerusalem, and all Muslim lands.”
For al-Adnani, if Jews or Christians decide to chose another route, they will live to regret it, “The Jews and the Crusaders are scared and weak,” said al-Adnani, adding, “The weak and the cowardly cannot achieve victory.”
Despite the pounding that ISIS has taken in Iraq and Syria, al-Adani still insisted that the terror group had the upper hand in the war,
“We won the day Europe and U.S. dreamt of reclaiming Tal Hamis, Mosul, Sinjar, Tikrit, Qaim, Derna, Tell Abyad, and more,” he said, adding, “On the other hand, we – with Allah’s help – want Paris, before Rome and Islamic Iberia and after we blow up the White House, Big Ben, and the Eiffel Tower before Paris, and Rome.”
In elaborating on the ultimate goal of the Islamist group, the ISIS spokesman spoke candidly about its intentions, making clear exactly what the group’s goals are, “We want Kabul, Karachi, Riyadh, Tehran, Baghdad, Damascus, Jerusalem, and Cairo, Sana’a, Doha, Abu Dhabi, and Amman. The Muslims will return to power, to be the vanguard and lead in every place.”
That just about covers the full gamut, as President Obama as well as others in the West do what they can to stem the ISIS onslaught and protect ethnic groups in the Middle East.