ISIS is the world’s biggest threat right now. I can’t think of anything that poses a bigger threat to humanity and the human society as we know it than ISIS.
The Islamist Jihadists want to bring the entire world under their barbarian and cruel Sharia Law. They’ve already taken over major parts of the countries of Iraq and Syria, and seek to expand continually.
One of the main goals of these Jihadists to terrorize people in the Western world. This is why they keep on attempting to hatch terrorist plots in the U.S. and the Europe.
U.S., being the leader of the free world, is the one country which is most at threat. And that is exactly why we, as U.S. citizens, should be bothered by the growth of ISIS.
On September 9, 2011, Islamist Jihadists from Al-Qaeda crashed 4 civilian aircrafts into various buildings on the East Coast. One near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, one at the Pentagon in Virginia, and two in the World Trade Center Towers in New York City.
9/11 was a day of horror, terror, and hysteria which continues to plague the entire world’s memory even after 16 years of its happening. These terrorist attacks saw over 2000 U.S. civilians lose their life without absolutely any fault or involvement of theirs.
And now the Acting Secretary of Homeland Security in President Trump’s Cabinet, Elaine Duke, has come out with a terrifying warning.
Duke, while speaking at an event held at the US Embassy in London, said that while the ISIS may be in an “interim” period currently, they haven’t stopped focusing on a much bigger terror plot.
Intelligence reports have pointed out that these Islamist Jihadists are again planning to use aircrafts to cause as many civilian casualties as they can.
The smaller attacks carried out using knives, machetes, and vehicles are just a way “to keep their members engaged” and “finances flowing”, according to Secretary Duke.
She further said that the US was a “very high” threat of terrorist attacks, and that laptops are “one of the many aviation threats”.
Secretary Duke added:
“We are trying to play the away game and that is working against them in their terrorist safe havens and homes.”
“We do have some terrorist groups on the move, you just saw the take-over of Raqqa, and so if we can keep them declining and moving, they have less time to sit and prepare.”
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