Norwegian comedian Terje Sporsem recorded a comic music video about his love for the leader of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. With the help of the Norwegian movie he wanted to protest against extremism.
“We live in a world in which radicalism and fundamentalism are a growing problem. I think humor is important because it helps to deal with what we are afraid,”- Sporsem said.
The comedian said that he decided to make a video after the June American citizen of Afghan origin Omar Mateen shot the people in gay clubs in Orlando (for the attack assumed IG). In the video he tried to ridicule the ideology of the terrorists showed their leader as a representative of the LGBT community.
We recall that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, IPA), also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a Salafi jihadist militant group that follows a fundamentalist, Wahhabi doctrine of Sunni Islam. The group’s adoption of the name “Islamic State” and its idea of a caliphate have been widely criticised, with the United Nations, various governments, and mainstream Muslim groups rejecting its statehood or caliphhood.