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ISIS Calls for More Attacks Around The Globe During Holy Month of Ramadan

ISIS Calls for More Attacks Around The Globe During Holy Month of Ramadan

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Islamic State (IS) militants have reportedly released on Monday an audio message calling for more attacks in United States, Russia, Syria, Iran, and many other places.

Spokesman of the IS Abu Al-Hassan Al-Muhajer encouraged in the message more attacks during the holy month of Ramadan. IS published its audio clip on Telegram, praising the recent attacks that took place in Iran. The attack left 12 killed and several other injured.

Other attacks took place during the holy month of Ramadan that started over two weeks ago. The attacks included a massive explosion in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul. It left 80 killed. Another attack took place in London, leaving at least seven killed.

Although the audio clip wasn’t verified, it sounded the same as a previous recording attributed to Al-Muhajer, according to Reuters.

Al-Muhajer called for militants in the audio clip to fight the rejectionists and the apostates. He also urged “brethren of faith and belief in Europe, America, Russia, Australia, and others” to take IS militants as role models and do the same where they live.

One day prior to the holy month of Ramadan, IS militants carried out an attack against Egypt’s Christians. The attack killed 28 Coptic Christians.

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