ISIS is ready for a & # 39; devastating & # 39; comeback with the help of secret billions and sleeping cells, the new report warns as it unmasks Trump to announce the defeat of the terrorist group
- The Institute for the Study of War published a report on a possible revival
- ISIS has allegedly regrouped in Iraq since the defeat in Syria this year
- There are various sleeping cells and billions of pounds available for the group
ISIS could be ready for a & # 39; devastating & # 39; comeback, despite the defeat earlier this year – an investigation into bomb attacks has revealed.
The American think tank of the Institute for the Study of War has published a report suggesting that the caliphate is still alive and will soon reappear with deadly consequences.
According to the report, ISIS still maintains various sleeping cells and has generated billions of pounds in funding, making it a threat.
Militants from the Islamic State Group stop their flag in Fallujah from 2014. ISIS is feared to regroup after it was defeated in Syria earlier this year.
& # 39; The slow-motion reduction of ISIS territory and force initiated by President Obama and continued by President Trump gave the group sufficient time to plan and prepare for the next phase of the war, & # 39; sets the report.
& # 39; The armed forces are now spread over both countries and are carrying out a capable uprising.
& # 39; The successful reconstruction of a physical caliphate in Iraq and Syria would cause a new wave of attacks in Europe and dangerously legitimize the story of ISIS of inevitable long-term victory. & # 39;
The jihadist group was officially exterminated in Syria earlier this year, but its leaders and soldiers are now scattered throughout the Middle East.
According to the report, ISIS has a & # 39; global financial network that financed the transition back to an uprising & # 39; and it still has powerful weapons.
Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was thought to have been killed during an American drone attack, reportedly reformed the group for a new wave of violence.
A report from the Institute for the Study of War suggests that leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is orchestrating the planned revival.
The study states that ISIS now controls large amounts of rural Iraq and has replaced local leaders with its own representatives who levy taxes to fund the war.
The report continues: & # 39; ISIS has systematically eliminated village leaders and civilians who have worked with anti-IS forces.
& # 39; It has imposed taxes on local populations in its historic assisted areas, displacing citizens and de facto controlling small amounts of land in Iraq. & # 39;
It also suggests that President Donald Trump was wrong to announce ISIS 'territorial defeat.
It calls on the US to take & # 39; immediate steps & # 39; to suppress the revival of the death cult in both Iraq and Syria.
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