News – PH – ISIS makes worrying comeback


There are fears that ISIS may make a comeback as the Sleeper Terrorist Cell launches a series of random, deadly attacks

In response to the rise of Islamic State, the UK created a new cyber force to do top-secret work and remove the militant group from online platforms

The sadistic terror group ISIS is making a comeback with the dormitory, which launches a series of random, deadly attacksSource: The Courier Mail

ISIS beheadings and suicide bombings are returning to the level last seen when the jihadists ruled vast areas

Tens of thousands of the bloodthirsty fanatics are reportedly gathering in northern Iraq and Syria to spark the kind of violence witnessed during their rampage across the countries in 2014, The Sun reported

In the past few days, IS violence has escalated in the desert province of Deir Ezzor – also known as Deir al-Zour – and in the city of the same name in northeast Syria

It has been reported that last year ISIS took control of the area in the desert about 15 miles from the center of the city of Deir Ezzor – the first land to own it since the end of the Caliphate

A Syrian researcher named Ali, who works for the NGO The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told the BBC that ISIS terrorism takes many forms

“Beheadings, bombings, suicide on motorbikes, assassinations and kidnappings – and we’re only talking about a small area east of the town of Deir al-Zour,” he said

40 people were killed in a recent attack when an ISIS sleeping cell ambushed a bus and civilians rarely came out after dark when the jihadists showed up

He said at night that the people were “in fear” and “in the hands” of ISIS fighters as the population began to evacuate

“They used to go to the authorities but no one answers. They always say we don’t have enough weapons to fight them so they evacuate,” he said

ISIS once controlled a huge area in Iraq and Syria, which was seized in a terrible offensive in 2014 and culminated in its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who declared an Islamic caliphate in a Mosul mosque

The bloodthirsty jihadists ruled with extreme brutality before a coalition of Kurdish forces backed by the Western Air Force pushed them into their final territory in Baghouz, Syria in 2018

But since their apparent defeat, despite the death of Baghdadi by US special forces, they have slowly rebuilt

Sirwan Barzani, a commander of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces stationed near the northern city of Erbil, said the terrorists had taken advantage of a break in operations against them

His armed forces estimate that around 7,000 ISIS fighters are ready to strike – even though the United Nations put the number at 10Estimate 000 even higher

At the end of last year, the jihadists reportedly beheaded more than 50 people and chopped up the bodies of the victims in a brutal attack in northern Mozambique

The jihadists launched a daring attack last December, just 13 miles from an installation by the French company Total in the province of Cabo Delgado

Last year, ISIS took responsibility for the terrible bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, in which 321 people were killed on Easter Sunday

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News – PH – ISIS celebrates worrying comeback