MUSLIMS around the world are trolling Isis after its leader called upon them to “join the fight” in war-torn Iraq and Syria, The Sun reports.
On Boxing Day, the terror group shared a distinctly un-festive audio message in which Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi claimed the organisation is “stronger than ever”, despite increasing pressure from Russian and US-led airstrikes. During the 24-minute recording – translated by activist Iyad El-Baghdadi – he urged Muslims to join Daesh (Islamic State) as new recruits.
But the response was far from positive, as Muslims flocked to Twitter to mock the so-called ‘caliph’ and offer their hilarious excuses as to why they wouldn’t be signing up. Reasons ranged from engineering work on the trains, being preoccupied with the Boxing Day sales and poor dental plans on offer within the Isis camp.