Al-Qaeda Mocks Arabs for Submitting to Haley's 'Kick in High Heels'

Al-Qaeda mocked Arab rulers for being at the mercy of "the kicks of the high heels" of Ambassador Nikki Haley after her warning that things are going to change at the United Nations.

"I wear heels. It's not for a fashion statement. It's because if I see something wrong, we're going to kick them every single time," Haley said in a speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference last month in Washington.

"So how are we kicking? We're kicking by, No. 1, putting everybody on notice, saying that if you have our back, we're going to have the backs of our friends. But our friends need to have our backs, too," she continued. "If you challenge us, be prepared for what for what you are challenging us for because we will respond."

In the most recent issue of al-Qaeda's al-Nafir Bulletin, published in several language and distributed online by the Global Islamic Media Front, the terror group said "the representative of the bearer of the Cross America" -- Haley -- "sent a message to the apostate Arab rulers filled with sarcasm and mockery."

The bulletin added that America was "the Hubal of the era to its worshippers the Arab rulers," referring to a moon god worshipped at Mecca before Islam.

"You will not go beyond your worth, and you will receive a kick in high heels as punishment for any statement... that criticizes the Zionists," they summarized Haley's message to Arab rulers after quoting her directly.

"American and its Crusader allies will never allow anyone to stand before their support of the Zionists and the apostates of the Arabs and foreigners from the Muslim rulers, and they will not accept to end their robbery of the fortunes and resources of the Ummah [Muslim community], and that any Islamic project that seeks to establish the Shariah, and spread justice, and distribute fairly the fortunes of the Ummah, will face bombs and guided rockets, with the supporter of the apostate rulers who are ready to receive the kicks of the high heels from the Zionist Haley in case they go beyond the allowed limit, and gave wrong criticisms of the nation of the sons of Zion," the bulletin stated.

Al-Qaeda added that the only "salvation" for Muslims "out of this delusion in the sea of weakness" was "targeting the real enemy."

"O youth of Islam, attack global infidelity headed by America, and show Allah what is required of you," the terror group told followers. "Shake their thrones, and bring down their interests, and target their great criminals."

Al-Qaeda has previously used issues of the al-Nafir Bulletin to call for action against the United States. In February, the terror group accused the U.S. of withholding necessary medication from "Blind Sheikh" Omar Abdel-Rahman, the mastermind of the deadly 1993 World Trade Center bombing who died behind bars that month.

They also released a final statement from the sheikh complaining of strip searches that explored his private parts "front and back," claiming that he could be poisoned behind bars and calling for "the most powerful and violent revenge" in the event of his demise.

Last month, the bulletin told jihadists to go forth and just kill Americans without any Islamic consultations first. Al-Qaeda called a U.S. airstrike that struck a mosque complex in Al-Jinah, Syria, "a horrible crime among the crimes of America and its damned president, Trump."