Daesh Threatens Lebanon, Urges Christians to Convert
As part of the play of terrorism against Lendon, the Daesh terroristgroup released a video in which two of its Lebanese members threaten various Lebanese officials, as well as Hizbullah.
The video showed the two members urging Lebanon's Sunnis to "revolt," while saying that Hizbullah is "the source of crime and oppression in the country."
"The Syrian regime invaded Lebanon primarily through Arab consent and secondarily through the crusaders' blessing," they said of western officials.
The Daesh accused these sides of "corruption and terror" and paving the way for Hizbullah to strengthen its grasp over Lebanon.
The Daesh also issued a message to "the dictators of the Lebanese statelet," which include Speaker Nabih Berri, Prime Minister Tammam Salam, and Interior Minister Nouhad al-Mashnouq.
"You will not stop the arrival of Daesh," the extremists warned them.
"Your constitution is that of takfir and you are being ruled by criminals," they declared, while addressing Sunnis.
"Your constitution is the Quran and the way of the Sunna, while their's is the way of the devil," they added.
Addressing Lebanon's Christians, they urged them to convert to Islam "and if they fail to do so, then they will not be able to confront the Daesh."
The Daesh video was released by the "media office of the Raqqa emirate" in Syria.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team