Good News! ISIS Now Has Active Supporters in 32 Countries Including Canada, Australia & 11 European Countries
The ISIS terror group now has active supporters in 32 countries including Canada, Australia, and eleven European countries.
The Hill reported:
According to analysis by The Long War Journal, run by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, ISIS now has active supporters in at least 32 countries around the world, including Canada, Australia, 11 countries in Europe, five countries in the Middle East, six countries in Africa and eight countries in Asia.
On Aug. 23, the founder of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada Syed Soharwardy said ISIS was recruiting in Canada, and at least 130 Canadians were fighting with extremist groups abroad.
According to FOX News, Texas law enforcement sent out a recent bulletin warning that ISIS militants were expressing an interest in crossing into the U.S. from Mexico.
The deadliest attack so far in Europe involved French national Mehdi Nemmouche, who killed three people at a Jewish museum in Belgium on May 24.
In Norway on July 24, security police in Norway warned of a “credible” threat of an imminent terrorist attack against targets in Norway by people connected with Islamic extremists in Syria.
There have been multiple arrests in Denmark, France, Germany, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Bosnia related to support of ISIS or extremist groups in Iraq and Syria.