ISIS still a HUGE threat: How murder cult plans to unleash YEARS of bloodshed on Europe

Sunday, September 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

ISIS continues to pose a huge risk to Europe despite its defeat in Syria and Iraq and is set to inspire more deranged Manchester-style attacks, Daily Star Online can reveal.

By Anders Anglesey
16th September 2018

During its reign of terror jihadist fighters carried out mass rapes, beheadings and genocide against millions of foreigners as well as their own people in the Middle East.

At its peak in 2014, the death cult controlled an area about the size of Great Britain across vast swathes of Iraq and Syria.

But international coalitions fought back the vile Islamists, forcing them to surrender much of the gains made by 2018, and leaving small pockets of control, including war-torn Afghanistan.

Other branches of ISIS live on online, however, and the death cult is devising new ways to attract killers.

While the magazines and disturbing videos of life in Iraq and Syria under Sharia law has ended, militants instead use direct methods to promote terror attacks.

Now, affiliates are flooding the web with instructions for carrying out mass-killing sprees, designed to murder as many people with as few resources as possible.

Dr Tore Hamming, an expert in Sunni Jihadism at The European University Institute, exclusively told Daily Star Online what the murder cult hopes to gain by continuing to spread its message.

He added: “This has continued and they don’t really need to do much more since people are still carrying out attacks and doing so in the name of ISIS.

“Of course, ISIS needs to make sure that its ‘brand’ is still strong so people will claim they are ISIS fighters and not let’s say carrying out their action in the name of al-Qaeda.

“We can be sure that so-called ISIS virtual planners in the Levant/ Khorasan and also in the West are attempting to recruit people to carry out attacks in the West or perhaps even send people from the region to Europe.

“But I don’t think this has changed in terms of how much a priority such attacks are.”

Dr Hamming said that while ISIS does attempt to recruit mass killers, it does not actively plan out attacks with them.

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