Bosnian language portal applauds Brussels attacks, announces new ones

The Vijesti Ummeta Internet portal in the Bosnian language, which carries the positions of Islamic State (IS) and extremist groups, has applauded Tuesday's terrorist attacks in Brussels and threatened new attacks on "crusading states" in retaliation for attacks on IS.

"We reiterate to the crusading states that they can expect black days from Islamic State because of the hostility and the fight they wage against it. And what follows, with Allah's permission, will be even more fierce and bitter," the portal has said.

It welcomed the Brussels attacks. "By Allah's mercy and success, a group of special operatives of the ISIL army, may Allah give it pride, carried out an attack on Belgian crusaders who haven't stopped fighting against Islam and its people. Allah has helped our brothers and instilled fear and terror into the hearts of the crusaders in their stronghold."

The portal says that several ISIL soldiers carried out the attack in Brussels by precisely selecting the targets, that they killed dozens of crusaders and wounded over 210 citizens of "other crusading countries", and that the gratitude for that "belongs only to Allah. Praise Allah for the precision and the success."

Last update: Thu, 23/06/2016 - 20:32


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