Brigitte Gabriel, a world renowned author. Gabriel is an anti-Muslim activist. She calls out on Muslims to call out the radicals who are urging terrorism. Today she says something frightening about terrorism.
Brigitte Gabriel was born in Lebanon, she moved to America in 1989, after having lived in Israel for four years. Gabriel escaped Lebanon after the Lebanon Civil War. Gabriel was a news anchor for World News, an Arabic-language evening news broadcast of Middle East Television. Gabriel is an anti-Islam activist and founder of the anti-Muslim group ACT For America, many call this a hate group.
Gabriel now says that there are radical Muslims worldwide, living in countries we would not have thought could be affected by terror. With a new video of the ISIS leader coming out and asserting himself. It is hard to say what the radical Muslims across the Globe will now do. We need to be prepared for when and where the next attack is.
ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, is a jihadist militant group. They gained global prominence in 2014 when they drove out Iraqi Government Forces out of major cities in Iraq. ISIS has been labeled a terrorist organization, they have carried out horrific attacks. Most recently they claimed responsibility for the attack in Sri Lanka, that killed over 200 and injured many others.
The ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared in a video at the end of April 2019 to show he is alive and well. He claims that ISIS has carried out 92 operations in 8 countries. This video is an attempt to divert attention from the core group’s heavy losses. To ensure that the franchise groups and grassroots supporters remain loyal to the Islamic State pole of the jihadist universe.
Baghdadi in the video provides a long list of those who have recently been killed in attacks. He mentions leaders and senior leaders who have been killed in Syria and Iraq. Also mentioned two ISIS members who were French citizens, and other volunteers from across the Globe. More than 5000 people from across Europe, alone have joined the jihadist group.