The terrorist militia Islamic State promises to “avenge” the death of their leader who was killed in February.

The terrorist organization has too urged his supporters on Sunday to use the war in Ukraine to resume their attacks in Europe.

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Daesh wants to continue spreading terror. The jihadist organization Islamic State (IS) promised on Sunday April 17 that they would do so “Revenge” their leader died in February. “In trust in God, we announce a blessed campaign of revenge” about the death of Abu Ibrahim Al-Hachimi Al-Qurachi, a spokesman for the group said in an audio statement broadcast on Telegram. ISIS is also urging its supporters to continue their attacks in Europe through confiscations “Opportunity” from “Battle Between Crusaders”regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

On February 3, the United States announced the death of the organization’s leader, who blew himself up during an American special forces operation in a jihadist-held region of northwestern Syria. His death was confirmed by the organization on March 10.

After a meteoric rise in Iraq and neighboring Syria in 2014 and the seizure of vast territories, ISIS saw its self-proclaimed “caliphate” fall under the blow of successive offensives in those two countries in 2017 and 2019 respectively. .

The Islamic State “maintains a largely clandestine presence in Iraq and Syria and leads an ongoing insurgency on either side of the border between the two countries”, according to a UN report published last year. The jihadist organization is based in these two countries “total 10,000 active fighters”, according to the same source. IS has also claimed responsibility for attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and jihadist groups close to it also operate in Africa.

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