ISIS Establishes Caliphate, Changes Name To ‘The Islamic State’

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The extremist group that’s taken over a large swath of western and northern Iraq announced on Sunday the establishment of a “caliphate,” an Islamic state stretching across the region, and said it would now be known as the Islamic State rather than the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

The announcement was made in a newly released audio message and written statement purportedly from the official spokesman of ISIS, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani al-Shami.

He said “Al-Baghdadi” is the emir of the caliphate, using his real name Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al Samarrai, but who is more commonly known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The group said its flag flies from the Aleppo province in Syria to Diyala province in Iraq.

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1 thought on “ISIS Establishes Caliphate, Changes Name To ‘The Islamic State’”

  1. ssso it starts and it will end badly – There is going to be a conflagulation of economic collapse – resource shortages – and wars. – Where to hide????

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