"…the parties from among the Cross worshippers, the bastards of the Rafidha [Shi’ite], and the Arab apostates have gathered its knights and men, and want to fight Allah and His Messenger and deface what have been established of the landmarks of this religion and to assault the honor of the Muslims, and then they have assaulted our brothers in both provinces of al-Anbar and Salahaddin."
"They are disbelievers and apostates, and their blood is permissible to be shed, and their money is permissible to be taken. It is a duty upon us to kill them ... and even to purify the land from their filth," he said.
In the recording, the speaker urged young Saudis to join his group to fend off what he called the "Shi'ite threat" against Sunni Muslims and said the government of King Salman was unable to protect them.
"The spark has been lit, so you must all ignite a fire with which you burn the faces of the Rafidha (Shi'ites) and apostates. You must all come to burn the thrones of the tyrants," he said.
Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in a speech a week before the al-Qadeeh attack, dismissed Saudi Arabia's ruling family, the Al-Saud, as "guard dogs" of the West and Israel. Muslim enemies, including Shi'ites, were "allies of Satan", he said.