The first interview with the Jordanian pilot

First of all , this interview conducted by by DABIQ Newspaper , the outlet of ISIS , which shows the first speech for the Jordanian pilot captured by ISIS’ militants . For the authenticity  I publish the interview as it literally , without changing anything . So I apologize for any word in the interview unsuitable and could annoy any person .


On Wednesday 2 Rabī’ al-Awwal 1436, an apostate
pilot flying for the crusader alliance was captured
by the Islamic State after his plane was shot
down with a heat-seeking anti-aircraft missile.
The successful hitting of the target and subsequent
crash was by Allah’s permission. All praise
and thanks is due to Him alone. The Jordanian
regime admitted to the shooting down of their
plane, only to be contradicted by the Americans
who worried their allies would stop participating
in the airstrikes, as their allies would fear the embarrassment
they would face if their soldiers also
ended up being captured by the Islamic State. His
father and brother then pleaded for his release,
claiming he was a “sincere Muslim,” not realizing
he was a murderous murtadd due to his military
service for the Jordanian tāghūt and his participation
in the crusade that killed many Muslims.
The following is an interview with the murtadd.
DĀBIQ: Tell us about yourself. What is your
name? Where are you from? How old are you?
MURTADD: My name is Mu’ādh Sāfī Yūsuf
al-Kasāsibah. I’m Jordanian, from al-Karak. I was
born in 1988. I’m 26 years old.
DĀBIQ: What was your position in the murtadd
airforce? When did you start upon this kufrī
MURTADD: I was a first lieutenant pilot. I graduated
from King Hussein Air College in 2009. I
followed up my training until I became an operational
pilot in 2012 with the first squadron at
Muwaffaq al-Salti Air Base.
DĀBIQ: Tell us about the flight that led to your
disgraceful capture on Wednesday.
MURTADD: We were informed of the mission
the day before at 4 PM. Our role in the mission
was to be sweepers and cover for the striker
jets. We sweep the area to destroy any anti-aircraft
weaponry on the ground and provide cover
in the case enemy jets appear. Then the strik-

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er jets equipped with laser-guided missiles come
in to carry out their part of the mission. We took
off to Iraq from Muwaffaq al-Salti Air Base – in the
city of al-Azraq in Zarqā’ Governorate – at 6:15
AM. We received aerial refueling at 7:55, then
went to the waiting area where we were met up
by a party consisting of Saudi F15s, Emirati F16s,
and Moroccan F16s. We entered the region of ar-
Raqqah to sweep the area, then the striker jets
entered to begin their attack. My plane was struck
by a heat-seeking missile. I heard and felt its hit.
The other Jordanian pilot in the mission – the first
lieutenant pilot Saddām Mardīnī – contacted me
from a participating jet and told me that I was
struck and that fire was coming out of the rear
nozzle of my engine. I checked the system display
and it indicated that the engine was damaged and
burning. The plane began to deviate from its normal
flight path, so I ejected. I landed in the Furāt
River by parachute and the seat caught on some
ground, keeping me fixed, until I was captured by
soldiers of the Islamic State.
DĀBIQ: What apostate Arab regimes take part
with you in the crusader airstrikes?
MURTADD: Jordan with F16s, the Emirates
with upgraded F16s equipped with laser-guided
bombs, Saudi with upgraded F15s equipped with
laser-guided bombs, Kuwait with aerial refueling
aircraft, Bahrain with F16s, Morocco with upgraded
F16s, Qatar, and Oman.
DĀBIQ: What airbases are used by the apostates
in this crusade?
MURTADD: The Jordanian jets take off from
Jordan. The Gulf jets in general take off from
Kuwait, Saudi, and Bahrain. There are also some
airports designated for emergency landing: Azraq
Airport in Jordan, ‘Ar’ar Airport in Saudi,
Baghdad International Airport, Kuwaiti International
Airport, and an airport in a Turkish city
– whose name I forget – about 100 kilometers
from the Syrian border.
DĀBIQ: And the crusaders, what bases do they
MURTADD: Some of the American and French
jets take off from Prince Hassan Air Base and
Muwaffaq al-Salti Air Base. Some of the American
jets also take off from Turkey.
DĀBIQ: How are the flight missions coordinated?
MURTADD: There are American bases in Qatar
where the missions are planned, targets are
decided, and assignments are distributed. They
draw out the missions for every participating
country a day before. The participating parties
are informed of their assignments by 4 o’clock
the next day. The Americans use aerial snipers,
satellites, spies, and drones taking off from Gulf
countries to determine and study targets. We
are given aerial maps and pictures of the targets.
DĀBIQ: Have you met the American crusaders?
MURTADD: Of course. There are around
200 Americans in Muwaffaq al-Salti Air Base.
Amongst them, there are about 16 US pilots,
one of which is female, with the remainder of
the 200 serving as technicians, engineers, and
in other support roles. The Americans sometimes
have dinner with us and eat mansaf,
which they like a lot. Their talk does not include
details about operations because of matters of
secrecy and security.
DĀBIQ: Have any of the US pilots been killed
while on mission?
MURTADD: In early December, one of them
took off from Muwaffaq al-Salti Air Base in the
direction of Iraq where many of the coalition jets
assemble in mid-air to form attack squadrons.
He was followed by a second jet taking off in the
same direction. The second jet’s landing gear
failed to retract after take-off. The pilot asked
the first jet to pull back towards him and verify
the problem. The first pilot confirmed there
was a problem with the landing gear. There was
heavy fog and one of the jets crashed in Jordan.
The pilot died from this accident.
DĀBIQ: Have you seen videos produced by the
Islamic State?
MURTADD: No, I haven’t.
DĀBIQ: We will make sure the jailers provide
you with the opportunity to see “Although the
Disbelievers Dislike It.” Do you know what the
Islamic State will do with you?
MURTADD: Yes… They will kill me…

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