ISIS To Ruin Ramadan 2016 With Bloody Attacks In America & Europe

ISIS To Ruin Ramadan 2016 With Bloody Attacks In America & Europe
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On June 5, millions of Muslims all over the world will commence the month-long celebration of Ramadan, one of the most sacred holidays in Islam. But notorious terrorist group ISIS warns of a series of bloody attacks in Europe and America.


Barely three weeks before the start of this year’s Ramadan, Abu Mohamed al-Adnani, spokesperson for ISIS has issued a chilling message warning the world of bloody attacks for one month, in time of Ramadan. The attacks, according to al-Adnani, would particularly target Christians and Jews in America and Europe, the Express reported.

“Ramadan, the month of conquest and jihad. Get prepared, be ready to make it a month of calamity everywhere for the non-believers, especially for the fighters and supporters of the caliphate in Europe and America,” al-Adnani said in the 31-minute audio message as quoted by the Express.

Despite the recent successful operations by the coalition forces, which have led to the seizures of the more than 40 percent of the group’s territory, al-Adnani said the group remained unfazed and its influence remained unaffected.

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Al-Adnani issued the chilling audio message on Saturday where he warned of a series of attacks targeting ‘non-believers. But the group remained mum on the recent tragedy of the EgpyAir flight 804 that disintegrated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea on its way to Cairo from Paris early morning Thursday, the Mirror reported.

Meanwhile, authorities in Cairo are still searching for the plane’s black box, which contains valuable information that could yield information about the true reason behind the plane’s crash.

Also Read: EgyptAir Flight 804: ISIS Behind Plane’s Disappearance?

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