ISIS have uploaded a new video to YouTube that features the hate group threatening to kill all the Jews across the world.
This clip, posted to YouTube over the last few days, features a masked terrorist making these threats to Jewish people in the light of recent attacks against Jews in Jerusalem by Palestinians.
The masked militant, who wore a balaclava to hide his face, declared, via the Mirror, “We are you that soon there will not be a single Jew left on Jerusalem and throughout the country.”
The individual then alarmingly added that ISIS planned to “eradicate the disease… worldwide.”
ISIS also gave their support to the recent attacks in Jerusalem, declaring, “Soon there will not be a one Jew left in Jerusalem.”
There have also been reports that ISIS have sent around 300 terrorists in their ranks back to their respective homelands. Recent stats predict one in 10 of these combatants could actually begin to plot out terrorist attacks, which mostly sees them acting alone.
Will McCants, who has written a book on the plight of the terrorist organization, The ISIS apocalypse: The History, Strategy, and Doomsday Vision of the Islamic State, previously explained, “One study done of foreign fighters says nine out of ten of those who do return don’t engage in any more mischief.”
McCants added, “That still leave you 10 percent to worry about. And trying to keep tabs on which of the 300 is ready to strike could leave us vulnerable elsewhere.”
Rather alarmingly, a new report has also emerged that insists terrorist attacks by ISIS have actually been on the rise over the last three months.
According to Business Insider, IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre released a report on Thursday, October 22 that stated in the third quarter of 2015, ISIS attacks had risen in comparison to the second quarter of the year. This was in terms of both the frequency of their attacks and the non-militant casualties.
Between July 1 and September 30, 2015, there are believed to have been 1,086 separate attacks — that’s 11.8 every day. This is a substantial increase from the 8.3 a day of the last quarter. In these attacks 2,978 non-militants were killed, which is an increase of 65 percent.
But this is only the tip of the iceberg because Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre believe that the attacks have actually been much more frequent. Their facts and intelligence are only provided by governments, so they don’t include attacks that ISIS militants have taken credit for but haven’t been confirmed as theirs.
Speaking to NBC News, Matthew Henman, who works as the head of IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center, explained, “We’re probably more in a consolidation phase currently where the group is stabilizing gains its made and protecting those gains. They’re able to make daily life fraught and dangerous and insecure.”
IHS detailed, “The group’s capacity to wage a territorial-focused insurgency in conjunction with a punitive campaign of terrorist attacks remain undiminished despite an increasingly broad spectrum of armed opposition.”
“This trend largely indicated an increase in low-level violence by ISIS with the overall incidence of mass-casualty violence not rising in line with the overall increase in operational tempo,” IHS continued.
During this time period, ISIS failed to gain any further territory in the Middle East region. However, the frequency of these attacks and the death total that they amass are evidence that the group is far from dwindling.
In fact, with conflict in Syria now at a fever pitch, thanks to the emergence of Russia’s Pro-Assad coalition and the United States’ own team of allies, both of which are trying to bring down ISIS in the country, it’s even more likely that ISIS will increase their attacks even further as they look to fight back.
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