In a speech by its official spokesman, Abu Hamza al-Qurashi, titled “Tell the stories, perhaps they think,” the organization said that the organization’s supporters should strike the oil pipelines in Saudi Arabia that opened its airspace to the occupation.
Al-Qurashi also called for attacking nationals of Western countries, attacking at the same time the Qatari government due to the presence of the American “Al-Udeid” base on its territory.
Al-Qurashi attacked the Muslim Brotherhood, describing it as a “bankrupt Brotherhood,” accusing it of working for Iran.
Al-Qurashi said that the new emir of the organization, “Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi,” had accepted sales made by members of the organization in Africa, Asia and elsewhere.
Al-Qurashi focused on the attacks carried out by the organization in Mali, Congo, Burkina Faso and Chad, calling on them to strike the French interests there.