From Independent UK
The leader of al-Qaeda has attacked Isis for “madness” and “exceeding the limits of extremism” as the two terror groups continue to compete for territory and supporters around the world.
Ayman al-Zawahiri, who succeeded Osama bin Laden when he was killed in 2011, criticized Isis for killing and “slandering” his own jihadis.
In an audio message, he branded the rival group’s members “cowards” and liars with a “thirsty desire for authority”.
“Isis was struck with madness in takfir [declaring other Muslims to be apostates] and exceeded the limits of extremism,” al-Zawahiri said.
……Isis fought Jabhat al-Nusra in Qalamoun in May 2015 and targeted al-Qaeda-linked rebels in Aleppo the previous year, killing a prominent commander originally deployed to end the infighting between jihadis.
That’s hilarious. One bunch of muzzie cutthroats criticizing another for being “too extreme”. Kinda sucks when one of your own spawns gets more attention for Islamic-inspired atrocities. Too bad their carnage isn’t limited to just killing each other.