BREAKING: ISIS calls for Ramadan massacre of Christians and Jews by lone wolves across US, Europe and Israel

BREAKING: ISIS calls for Ramadan massacre of Christians and Jews by lone wolves across US, Europe and Israel

ISIS calls for Ramadan massacre of Christians and Jews by lone wolves across US, Europe and Israel

Islamic State spokesperson Abu Hudhayfah al-Ansari has called on ‘lone wolves’ to massacre Christians and Jews in the West and Israel as he proclaims that Ramadan marks the month of jihad

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ISIS is once again threatening the world with jihadists being urged to attack Christians and Jews

Islamist terror group ISIS has called for “lone wolves” to engage in a Ramadan massacre of Christians and Jews across the US, Europe and Israel.

Abu Hudhayfah al-Ansari, spokesperson for the evil extremists also known as Islamic State, sickeningly praised the horrendous Moscow terror attack that killed 140 people in Russia last week. On Thursday, the jihadist took to encrypted messaging app Telegram to call on “lone wolves” to target Christians and Jewish people, especially in US, Europe, and Israel during the holy month of Ramadan.

The spokesperson also claimed that the presence of American troops in Iraq will “lead to more attacks from group”. It comes as he commemorates the 10-year anniversary of ISIS’ declaration of a caliphate in Iraq and Syria in 2014.

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In a 41-minute-long audio speech called ‘By Allah, this matter will be made possible,’ he highlighted and praised the global expansion of Islamic State. al-Ansar also slammed terror organisation Al-Qaeda for straying away from their so-called ‘path’, before proclaiming that Ramadan was the month of jihad.

The spokesperson also called on ‘members’ in Mozambique to “double attacks” and militants in the Philippines to “move operations into major cities”, in a chilling and worrying sign. He continued to call on the Mujahidin – those who engage in Jihad – and media leaders to obey their elders, and disseminate Islamic State’s message far and wide.

Currently, there is little intel on ISIS spokesperson, besides that he took on the post as spokesperson in August 2023 to replace Abu Omar al-Muhajir following his arrest in Tahrir al-Sham. However, al-Ansari’s anti-semitic rhetoric rings loud to his group of extremists.

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ISIS member shared a selfie after the bloody Crocus City Hall attack

“Monotheism is the goal, and jihad is the path…the war with the Jews will not end in a one-state solution or two-state solution, as nationalists believe,” he said in a statement titled ‘And Kill Them Wherever You find Them’ on January 4, 2024.

“It is a religious ideological war that will continue until we kill their antichrist under the banner of the Prophet of Allah… tighten the plans and diversify operations: Blow them up with explosives, burn them with incendiary bombs, shoot them with bullets, slaughter their necks with knives, and run them over with buses.”

It comes days after the ISIS K faction of Islamic State shared a selfie of the Moscow attack at Crocus City Hall gunmen praising the “bloody attack” on a “large crowd of Christians”. France has also increased its terror threat level to the highest possible level following the terrible attack on the Crocus City Hall concert venue in Moscow, Russia, in which at least 140 people were killed last week.

An estimated 140 people died in the horror Crocus City Hall attack on March 22 (


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A group of heavily armed gunmen broke into Krasnogorsk, an urban settlement in Russia’s capital on the evening of March 22. As rock fans waited eagerly for a performance from band Picnic, a volley of bullets rained down on them as the killers entered the auditorium.

As explosions rang out, the crowd initially thought the band was implementing some pyrotechnics into their performance. Then they saw handheld incendiary devices – like Molotov cocktails – being lobbed into the crowds, causing horrific burns and the building to go up in flames.

Islamic State claimed that it was behind the terror with “Christians” specifically in their crosshairs. Its ISIS-K faction – from the Khorasan Province in Afghanistan – was believed to be in charge, a Telegram statement posted from ISIS-affiliated news agency Amaq read.

The Basmanny Court in Moscow named four suspected shooters hailing from the ex-Soviet state of Tajikistan, as Dalerdzhon Mirzoyev, 32, Saidakrami Rachabalizoda, 30, Shamsidin Fariduni, 25, and Mukhammadsobir Faizov, 19. They were tortured before appearing in court.

An additional three suspects were identified days later: a father Isroil Islomov, 62, and his two sons Dilovar Islomov and Aminchon Islomov have been identified by the Investigation Committee.

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