A new audio message by terrorist group ISIS addressing its followers has Governments worried all over the world. A spokesman for ISIS urges loyal jihadis to carry attacks on the United States, Europe, Russia, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Australia and the Philippines, citing the London and Manchester attacks as examples. The voice urges them to carry attacks within these nations during the Islamic month of Ramadan which began in May and will end in June. The audio clip was released on Monday on the Islamic State’s encrypted messaging application Telegram.
The message is a new release after ISIS’ crucial loss of territory in Iraq’s Mosul. Terror experts are now warning countries that displaced jihadis could carry out lone-wolf terror attacks in Western nations and throughout Europe. The voice on tape is believed to be that of Daesh’s official spokesman Abi al-Hassan al-Muhajer, although its authenticity is yet to be verified. The voice is similar to those of previous recordings reportedly by the spokesman.
The audio address jihadis as “lions of Mosul, Raqqa and Tal Afar,” and “the brethren of faith and belief in Europe, America, Russia and others.” The voice urges them to hold as role model the terrorists behind the London Bridge and Manchester attacks and to “do as they have done.” Alarming reports claim that a group of women supporting the Islamic State are set to carry out terror attacks in Britain. According to undercover reporters, these women have voiced certain “abhorrent” views in support of the terror outfit. The women are captured in a footage shot almost two years ago which also features London attacker Khurram Butt, affirming their faith in ISIS as the true Caliphate. Several children can also be seen in the video, where the women are voicing their extremist views regardless of their presence.
In other news, large unruly groups of migrants in Calais are setting up roadblocks and torching them to stop UK-bound trade trucks. Panicked truckers en route to the Port have called upon the French Army for protection. After the infamous “jungle camp” was demolished and migrants shipped off to different places in Europe and some en route to the UK, there were hopes of normalcy. But several migrants have returned and have resorted to these violent protest tactics, disrupting all attempts at peace. British Prime Minister Theresa May and the French President Emmanuel Macron are set to discuss the issue at length.