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Monsters Inc: ISIS-al-Qaida talk maniac merger

By Brad Hunter, Toronto Sun

ISIS fighters (YouTube)

ISIS fighters (YouTube)

ISIS and terror rival al-Qaida are reportedly locked in secret talks on achieving a mega-murder merger.

The longtime enemies want to form a joint terror force to create mayhem across the globe.

Flunkies for ISIS pooh-bah Bakr al Baghdadi have been meeting with thugs repping al-Qaida leader Ayman al Zawahiri.

Iraq vice-president Ayad Allawi claims messages are being passed between the two death cult leaders.

“There are discussions and dialogue between messengers representing Baghdadi and representing Zawahiri,” Allawi said. “The discussion has started now”.

ISIS ditched al-Qaida in 2014 after becoming disillusioned with Zawahiri’s leadership. The Egyptian doctor became al-Qaida’s Mr. Big after founder Osama bin Laden was whacked by U.S. Navy Seals in 2011.

The two terror groups have been battling for money, fighters and hearts and minds ever since. Al-Qaida has slammed the evil tactics used by ISIS.

And despite ISIS being crushed in its former strongholds, the group will remain a threat for years to come.

“I can’t see ISIS disappearing into thin air,” Allawi said. “They will remain covertly in sleeping cells, spreading their venom all over the world.”

Meanwhile, a new ISIS propaganda video shockingly shows a boy of no more than six, helping in a double beheading.

Wearing a black headscarf and army gear, the boy speaks to a camera.

“The infidel and his killer never meet in hell,” he snarls, praising the executioners.

The executioners then behead their prisoners, pushing their bodies into a creek where the water runs red.