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Islamic State (IS) (also known as Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)[1] or 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' (ISIL), as referred by Barack Obama or 'Daesh', as referred by John Kerry), is a terrorist organization that operates in Iraq and Syria. Founded by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, it grew out of al Qaeda in Iraq.[2] It was founded during the Operation Iraqi Freedom of 2003. Its current leader is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. IS currently fights non-Muslims, Shiite Muslims, the Iraqi Army and Kurdish Peshmerga troops.[3] The goal of IS is to construct an Islamic Caliphate in Syria and Iraq.[4] By March 2019, the Islamic State had lost all the territory it had conquered.

Ramzan Kadyrov, (Chechnya), 38, said the U.S. secretly controls the Islamic State.[5] Documents obtained by a FOIA request of Judicial Watch show as early as 2012, U.S. intelligence predicted the rise of the Islamic State and the report envisions the terror group as a U.S. strategic asset in the fight against Bashar al-Assad.[6] VP Joe Biden admitted in 2014 that Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar and Turkey had funneled hundreds of millions of dollars to Islamist rebels in Syria. Biden was forced to retract that statement.[7] The U.S. did precisely the same thing in terms of supplying and facilitating the Syrian opposition. Obama had requested $500 million to train fighters opposed to ISIS. In August, the Pentagon announced it would defend those forces from attacks by the Syrian government.[8]

Turkey's president Erdogan has good relations with Barack Obama and they both support Assad's ouster from Syria. Turkey is a major transit point for both foreign fighters and weapons, which makes both presidents complicit in the failure to stop fighters from joining ISIS ranks.

Even al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri condemns the Islamic State as "extremists".[9] Many former ISIS members have returned to their countries of origin without facing any consequences.[10]

Syria and Iraq

ISIS has been fighting in the Syrian Civil War against Bashar al-Assad and is known for killing Christians in Syria. An estimated 5,000 Yazidis have been killed by ISIS in a genocide.[11][12]

In 2014 IS took control of the Iraqi cities of Fallujah and Mosul. Since then Christians in Mosul have to pay "Protection taxes" for their faith.[13] In 2015 IS defeated Iraqi troops and seized the city of Ramadi. IS now controls all the border areas between Syria and Iraqi.

Although Barack Hussein Obama fights IS now, he had supported the same crew in Syria.[14] The IS fights also Kurdish groups like Peshmerga or PKK.

ISIS car bombs killed more than 200 people in Baghdad.


Turkish tanks and warplanes along with rebel ground forces captured the symbolic city of Dabiq in Syria, October 2016.[15]

Turkish jets scrambled as tanks and artillery of its Fifth Armored Brigade shelled ISIS militants across the border in response to a suicide bombing in Turkey that killed 32 people.[16]

Islamic State fighters fired on a Turkish border outpost in the Kilis region, killing one Turkish soldier and wounding five.

Istanbul suicide bomber who blew himself up in Sultanahmet square near the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, killing 11 tourists.[17]

Islamic State terrorists from Eastern Europe blew up the airport in Istanbul leaving 45 people dead.

Islamic terrorists strapped a bomb onto a child and sent him to a wedding party where he was detonated by remote control, killing over 50 people. Turkey responding by sending tanks and aircraft into a Syrian border town to attack ISIS militants.


Islamic State has created such a vast presence in Libya, 5000 fighters, that the U.S. government is scrambling to come up with a counter plan.[18]

Islamic State fighters captured Gaddafi's home city of Sirte. Libya has been in near anarchy since NATO forces helped remove Gaddafi.[19]

January 7, 2016, ISIS attacks the western city of Zliten with car bombs, killing 60 people.[20]

January 17, 2016, the coastal town of Bin Jawad became the fourth to fall into ISIS control.[21]


Over 10,000 loyalists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group are based in the remote regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan. A suicide bombing of the Pakistani consulate killed 10 people. The U.S. military presence in Afghanistan has been given new rules of engagement in order to attack ISIS targets.[22]


Assassination of a government official has been linked to ISIS. The Sinai Provine, an ISIS affiliated terrorist group, launched dozens of simultaneous attacks on North Sinai. Egyptian military announced 17 soldiers and 100 militants were killed in fighting.[23] Israel has closed its border with Egypt in response to the developments.

Islamic State claims responsibility for a missile attack on an Egyptian warship.[24]

On October 31, 2015, Russian airline Metrojet left an Egyptian airport and blew up in flight killing 224 people. ISIS has claimed responsibility for placing a bomb on board.[25]

ISIS claimed responsibility for a car bomb that injured nine people at the Italian consulate in Cairo.[26]

Saudi Arabia

Islamic State suicide bomber kills 21 at Saudi Shi'ite mosque.[27]

On May 29, another suicide bomber killed 4 people in a Shiite mosque attack.

August 6, suicide bomber kills 15 at a mosque in the headquarters of the Special Emergency Force in Abha.

Suicide bombers hit targets in the city of Medina, 4 known deaths confirmed.[28]


Islamic State suicide bomber strikes a Shiite mosque injuring 13 people. Also in May 2015, IS forces executed 15 Yemeni soldiers by beheading.[29]


ISIS has claimed responsibility for an apparent bomb blast at the Shi'ite-affiliated Al-Sadiq mosque on June 26, 2015.


Gunmen killed at least 27 people at a beachfront Tunisian hotel on June 26, 2015.


ISIS claimed that they would "liberate" Chechnya and the entire Caucasus Mountains.[30]

ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack by two men who attacked police officers near Moscow.[31]

ISIS claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on Russian police convoy in Dagestan. One person was killed and two were injured.[32]

ISIS-inspired killers

Many adherents to ISIS, with little or no formal training, act on behalf of the group outside of the region where the fighting is taking place.


December 2014, 18 hostages were held at The Martin Place Lindt café in Sydney by Man Haron Monis. Two hostages and the gunman were killed in a raid by Australian security forces.


Amedy Coulibaly attacked a kosher supermarket in Paris that killed a policewoman and four shoppers.

Islamic terrorism at Charlie Hebdo was an Al Qaeda affiliate attack with the full support of ISIS.

June 26, 2015, One person has been beheaded and two people injured in a terrorist attack at a U.S.-owned gas factory near Lyon.

November 13, 2015, multiple attacks left 129 people dead in terrorist attack at in Paris, explosions were made by Stade de France (with a Soccer game between France and Germany) and a mass shooting in the Bataclan Theatre.

A Tunisian man living in France used his truck to murder 84 people on 14 July 2016 in Nice, 3 Americans were dead.

On 12 May 2018 a Chechen-born knifeman attacked passers-by in Paris while shouting “Allahu akbar”. He killed one man and wounded four others. Previously the attacker made a video in which pledged allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.[33]


ISIS militants took hostages in a take over of the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka. 20 people that could not recite the Koran were murdered. Security forces would seize the shop from the terrorists. Current death toll at 20 dead including 3 Americans.


In January 2015, two suspects died a the shootout with police. The raid turned up four Kalashnikovs, handguns, bomb-making materials and police uniforms.[34]

Ringleader of the ISIS cell that committed mass-murder in France, Salah Abdeslam, was captured in Brussels.

ISIS Jihadi's bombed the Brussels airport in March 2016, killing 32 and injuring more than 300.


An axe-wielding Muslim Afghan refugee attacks passengers on a German train injuring 4 people before being shot dead.[35]

A Syrian suicide bomber injured 15 people through a suicide attack in Ansbach on July 24, 2016.[36]

On December 20, 2016 a truck rammed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, killing at least 12 people and injuring at least 48 others.[37] ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.[38]


Seven people were killed in Jakarta after gunmen and suicide bombers attack a cafe.[39]

United Kingdom

In March 2017 (a year after the Bombings in Brussels) a terrost attack in London took place, a 52-year-old man drived into pedestrians at the Westminster Bridge, 5 were dead (of which are 3 pedestrians, 1 police officer and the perpetrator), weapons used by the offender had a knife.[40]

United States

In May 2015, two suspects were killed by security guards as they went to attack Draw Muhammad Cartoon event in Garland, Texas hosted by Pamela Geller.

July 2015, ISIS militant attacks U.S. military base in Chattanooga, TN. 4 service members were killed.[41]

Radicalized San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik pledged allegiance to ISIS before killing 14 in California December 3, 2015.[42]

Radicalized terrorist Omar Mateen pledged allegiance to ISIS while slaughtering 49 people at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando.

See also


  5. Putin Points Muslim Rage at Cold War Foes.
  6. EXPOSED: 2012 Defense Dept. Documents Reveal Obama Regime Sought To Create An “Islamic State” In Syria And Iraq,, May 22, 2015
  7. Joe Biden forced to apologise to UAE and Turkey over Syria remarks, The Telegraph, October 6, 2014
  8. U.S. to Defend New Syria Force From Assad Regime, WSJ, August 2, 2015
  10. Duke, Selwyn (February 24, 2019). When the West Harbors the Nazis of Our Time. The New American. Retrieved February 25, 2019.
  11. "Full horror of the Yazidis who didn’t escape Mount Sinjar: UN confirms 5,000 men were executed and 7,000 women are now kept as sex slaves", The Daily Mail, 14 October 2014. 
  15. Syrian rebels seize village,, October 16, 2016
  16. U.S. Jets to Use Turkish Bases in War on ISIS, NYT, July 23, 2015
  17. Face of a killer: Turkish police release first mugshot of the Istanbul ISIS bomber,, January 13, 2016
  18. Obama Is Pressed to Open Military Front Against ISIS in Libya, NYT, February 4, 2016
  19. Gaddafi's home town falls to Islamic State in anarchic Libya, Reuters, May 21, 2015
  20. ISIS Makes Inroads In Libya,, January 14, 2016
  21. [1]
  22. Pentagon Expands ISIS Strikes To Afghanistan,, January 23, 2016
  23. Egypt Officially Announces ‘State Of War’, July 1, 2015
  25. Russian plane crash: Bomb theory supported by ISIS chatter, officials say, CNN, November 9, 2015
  26. ISIS Claims Responsibility for Blast at Italian Consulate in Cairo, NYT, July 11, 2015
  27. Suicide bomber kills 21 at Saudi Shi'ite mosque, Islamic State claims attack, Reuters, May 23, 2015
  28. Breaking: Suicide Blast In Medina Near Burial Place Of Muhammad…Update: At Least 4 Security Officers Killed, 5 Injured…,, July 4, 2016
  29. Islamic State beheads, shoots 15 Yemeni soldiers, The Long War Journal, May 1, 2015
  30. The Washington Post, September 6, 2014
  31. Independent, August 19, 2016
  32. CBS News, March 30, 2016
  33. Osborne, Samuel (May 14, 2018). Khamzat Azimov: Who is the Paris attacker responsible for stabbing five people, killing one? Independent. Retrieved September 21, 2018.
  34. Source: Belgium terror cell has links to ISIS, some members still at large,, January 16,2015
  35. Germany axe attack: Assault on train in Wuerzburg injures HK family
  36. [2]
  37. [3]
  38. Hjelmgaard, Kim (December 20, 2016). ISIL calls Berlin attacker a 'soldier' as manhunt for killer resumes. USA Today. Retrieved December 20, 2016.
  39. ISIS militants claim responsibility for attack in Jakarta in first strike at Indonesia, BusinessInsider, January 13, 2015
  41. WeaselZippers, July 16, 2015
  42. Breaking: U.S. Officials: San Bernardino Shooter Tashfeen Malik Pledged Allegiance To ISIS,, December 4, 2015

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