Brussels attacks: IS published will of Khalid El Bakraoui, Maelbeek terrorist
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    Brussels attacks: IS published will of Khalid El Bakraoui, Maelbeek terrorist

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    Furat, a communication channel of the terror group Islamic State (IS) disseminated on Sunday what would have amounted to the will of Khalid El Bakraoui. He was the terrorist who blew himself up on March 22nd in the metro station at Maelbeek. This is reported in De Morgen and Het Laatste Nieuws on Monday morning on their websites.

    El Bakraoui refers to the genocide in Palestine, China and Iraq, during which millions of people perished all because of the West. “The so-called crusaders were, once again allies in wiping out parts of the Muslim religion,” the suicide bomber goes on.

    The terrorist specifically speaks of Belgium. “Some countries defend themselves by claiming they only provide logistical support, such as Saudi Arabia or Belgium, which has provided weapons made in its Herstal factory,” he asserts. “Know that the time you could kill Muslims and sleep soundly is at an end. Ours is an era of an eye for an eye, and bloody revenge.”

    El Bakraoui expresses his aversion to “pagan” western morals, considering that the West has no respect for women. “Instead of attacking Muslim countries and bringing about female emancipation, you would do better to clean up your pavements (a reference to streetwalking, editors note), your pornographic films and your shampoo adverts.”

    The terrorist promises ruthless revenge in a five-page text and calls upon every Muslim to do jihad. Saving the lives of citizens is not necessary, he says as they are as much responsible as the governments that they have contributed to putting in power.

    Lars Andersen (Source: Belga)