A new report issued by the UN Security Council is warning of an impending resurgence of “international terrorism” (a euphemism for Islamic terrorism). Experts are expecting a new wave of terror attacks to begin before the end of the year.
The report links the expected new wave of terror attacks to the fall of the ISIS caliphate in Syria and Iraq, and the subsequent rise of a ‘second Caliphate’ in the refugee camps. A total of 30,000 foreigners have traveled to ISIS territory, many of them are still alive and still eager to fight. The islamic terror group is thought to have bank accounts worth between 50 and 300 million US Dollars – money that is being spent toward the spreading of propaganda and sponsoring terror attacks.
ISIS’ network is estimated to consist of around 15,000 to 20,000 available fighters, many of them ‘sleepers’ who are ready to jump into action when called upon. Many ISIS fighters in prisons are radicalizing fellow inmates, a practise that has been well-known for years as prisons (both inside and outside the West) have become hotbeds for Islamic extremism.
The report mentions 6,000 Europeans who have joined ISIS. One third is believed to have been killed, one third imprisoned and one third (2,000 of them) could attempt to return to Europe.
A confidential notice sent to the EU Parliament, based on information from French intelligence is mentioning explicit threats against football (soccer) stadiums with the possible use of drones with biological agents as weapons.