New ISIS video mocks US soldiers’ suicide rate; taunts Obama, coalition to ‘bring it on’

A new propaganda video by the Islamic State mocked the suicide rate of U.S. soldiers.

“You may have the numbers and weapons but your soldiers lack the will and resolve,” the voice over stated in English. “Still scarred from their defeats in Afghanistan and Iraq they return dead or suicidal with over 6,500 of them killing themselves each year.

ISIS Video

“While you go on cooking the facts on the results of your military air strikes we continue to haunt the minds of your soldiers and sow fear into their hearts with 18 of your soldiers committing suicide each day.”

The video also thumbs its nose at the weakness of President Obama as it virtually dared him to put boots on the ground.

ISIS Video

“In addition to the $6 trillion price tag on your war against the Muslims you’re now too weak to put boots on the ground,” the narrator said.

The propaganda piece also took aim at the 60 nation coalition against ISIS as it proclaimed “Bring it on, all of you, your numbers only increase us in faith!

“And we’re counting your banners which our prophet said would reach 80 in number and then the flames of war will finally burn you on the hills of death.”

ISIS Video

Watch the video below.


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