Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi supposedly released a message on Boxing Day, claiming how well the so-called caliphate is doing despite the international coalition against it.
The 24-minute recording, his first since May, threatened the people of Israel, taunted the US for not putting troops on the ground and called on Muslims around the world to join his band of terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
However, in a reminder that the overwhelming majority of people follow Islam peacefully and detest the message that Isis spreads, hundreds of Muslims have mocked Baghdadi's message on social media:
When Emirati activist Iyad el-Baghdadi (no relation) translated the message, dozens of people sent back jokey replies:
Many took the chance to turn the Isis leader's words against himself:
Others just had better things to do than join a murderous cult in the Middle East:
Travel restrictions were also proving something of a problem:
Others had exams:
And important games of Football Manager that just cannot be interrupted:
Sorry, Abu Bakr, but it doesn't look like it's going to happen: