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Bin Laden’s son calls on al-Qaida and ISIS to UNITE to form super terror group

A NEW video has surfaced in which Osama bin Laden’s young son encourages Jihadi militants to come together to form a huge terrorist army.

Hamza bin Laden can be heard encouraging different groups fighting in Syria to unite and attack "worldwide" in undated footage reportedly released by al-Qaida’s propaganda arm As-Sahab.

Hamza, who is thought to be in his early 20s, is believed to be in training at a terrorist camp as part of a grooming process preparing him to take up a senior role in al-Qaida.
The audio from the video was translated by the The Long War Journal and the SITE Intelligence Group.

They report he encourages Jihad against Israel and America to "liberate" Palestine.

He then says all Muslims must "participate in our Palestinian brothers’ intifada" by "killing Jews and striking their interests worldwide".

Hamza then even more chillingly adds: “The Islamic umma (nation) should focus on Jihad in al-Sham (Syria) … and unite the ranks of mujahideen”.

“There is no longer an excuse for those who insist on division and disputes, now that the whole world has mobilised against Muslims.”
Dozens of groups are affiliated to either al-Qaida or ISIS, including Al-Shabab in Somalia, Boko Haram in Nigeria and Abu Sayyaf in the Phillippines.

It is a terrifying prospect as if all of them work together they will form a belt of force surrounding Europe.

Putin pulled Russian forces from Syria in March, saying it would continue to help the fight on terror but that its series of targeted airstrikes on ISIS military equipment, communication centres and fuel depots had seriously weakened the group.

But the death cult could come back stronger with the help of other militant Islamic factions.

ISIS is thought to have access to a huge quantity of chemical weapons which could be used to launch devastating attacks around the world.

The unification of the groups would also increase the likelihood of more sleeper cells forming in Europe’s capital cities, similar to the one that carried out the Paris atrocities.
Hamza’s video is similar to one released in August 2015 where he told followers they had a duty to attack London, Washington, Paris and Tel-Aviv.

Just months after this video, Paris suffered a series of devastating coordinated terrorist attacks that killed 130 people.

Hamza is one of bin Laden’s estimated two dozen children, who he had with around six wives.

It is unclear exactly what role he has in al Qaida, but a US intelligence official reportedly told CNN he is seemingly being groomed for a leadership position.

ISIS has also released chilling threats of their own in recent weeks.

Last month, the group made it clear it hoped to attack the Pope’s home of the Vatican City.

In February, the death cult fighters issued a warning they would attack holiday hotspots in Spain.


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