IGNORED: ISIS warned of London attacks days before


This most recent edition of the Islamic State’s newspaper, al-Naba, published just two days ago, featured an article foreshadowing the terror attacks on the London bridge yesterday, stating an attack in London was, “definitely coming.”

This is another example of ISIS doing the West’s intelligence work for them, as has often been the case after attacks have already been carried out and ISIS steps forward to take the credit.

Al-Naba, the 16-page color newsletter, is distributed within ISIS territory but is accessible online via ISIS run social media accounts and telegrams. The article concerning the attacks couldn’t have been more clear, titled: “Blessed Battle of Manchester: A new lesson for tyrants, Crusader States” and stating that Britain was wrong for thinking that, “their exit from the European Union would save them.”

“A soldier from the Islamic State” in Manchester, the article continued, “has unleashed terror throughout their country, they rushed to spread the army in the cities, mobilizing police and security in the streets for fear of a new attack,” which “is inevitable, God willing.”

ISIS run media outlets are paramount to mobilizing their followers across the globe. They act as mediums where ISIS can praise their militants for successful terrorist acts, and as disseminators of useful information for committing such acts, as seen in an article published in Rumiyah magazine, teaching followers how to use a vehicle to run over large groups of pedestrians.  According to reports, the terrorists  shouted ‘this is for Allah’, as they stabbed indiscriminately.’

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