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Muslims say they're too busy watching Netflix and making carrot cake to join ISIS


MUSLIMS HAVE BEEN trolling the so-called Islamic State online by explaining why they can’t join the terrorist group.

They were responding to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi calling for all Muslims to “join the fight” in an audio message. He reportedly stated: “The war on the Islamic State is a war on Islam and Muslims.”

Arab Spring activist Iyad El-Baghdadi tweeted some lines from the message:

Many Muslims took to Twitter to explain why they can’t join, with the excuses ranging from a Netflix binge to making carrot cake:

Nicely done.

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