|The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released an audio message in which it harshly criticized the Saudi decision to blacklist the group.
ISIL described that the Islamic Front, which was excluded from the Saudi list of the blacklisted groups, as a traitor, adding that it works for the Saudi regime.
ISIL’s message did not mention Nusra Front whose commander had threatened ISIL.
It is worth to mention that Nusra and Islamic fronts are allies, so how would their alliance by the Saudi decision?
Saudi has included ISIL and Nusra Front in its list of terrorist groups and banned supporting or belonging to them.
(Source / 08.03.2014)