Muslims take to Twitter to troll terror group leader's call for an uprising
Beirut: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the secretive leader of the ISIS, called for an uprising in Saudi Arabia in an audio recording released on Saturday.
An image grab taken from a propaganda video released last year. Pic/AFP
Later, Arab Spring activist Iyad El-Baghdadi tweeted its translation that read, "ISIS leaders: We urgently call upon every Muslim to join the fight, especially those in the land of the two shrines (Saudi Arabia), rise." And then many Muslims took to Twitter to mock Bakr's war cry.
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