The takfirist terrorist group in Daech has released a propaganda video supposed to show its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, for the first time in five years.
Following the reappearance of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi on Monday for the first time in five years, analysts said that the video broadcast by Daech in which the leader of the terrorist group spoke seemed to be an attempt to break the deadlock and give Daech a new face. This video is similar to the stage when Al Qaeda’s leader, Osama bin Laden, lived before his assassination, they said.
The group published an 18-minute video broadcast via one of its media networks that would show it in front of a group of three people.
This video shows, according to analysts, the Daech leader in a step similar to bin Laden, because he appeared in the same way as him.
Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was travelling between Afghanistan and Pakistan before his assassination in 2011, and it is this phase that al-Baghdadi is currently going through, seeking to hide, flee, permanently resettle, and provoke the daechists to carry out terrorist attacks.
After carefully deciphering the video, analysts noticed interesting points such as the al-Baghdadi rifle that looks like Bin Laden’s.
Some analysts felt that the leader of the terrorist group wanted with the release of this video to show the ability of its members to carry out attacks around the world.