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Islamic State tells supporters to target Westerners, oil pipelines in Saudi Arabia

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But just yesterday several posters were proudly claiming that ISIS had been eliminated as one of the great achievements of the current administration. What gives?

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The American push to make Saudi recognize the Zion terrorist state of Israel will lead to millions of young Saudis becoming radicalized and perfect recruits for both IS and Al-Quida.

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the Zion terrorist state of Israel

Wow! I wonder if WWIII will start in the Middle East, or East Asia...

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Has the Islamic State been revived? Is Cairo the new base?

The way the militants spoke is as threatening as before. Beware..!

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The Islamic state never went away, it's just their self-declared caliphate lands were liberated. Isis is an ideology, so some douche in the Whitehouse telling you the war is won couldn't be more wrong.

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Has the Islamic State been revived? Is Cairo the new base?

The way the militants spoke is as threatening as before. Beware..!

The Islamic State as a territorial entity has been defeated. The ideology of ISIS of course never went away and will not go away as long as fundamentalist islam exists. And no, Egypt is not its new base, and will not be as long as Al Sisi is in power. If Egypt gets another Muslim Brotherhood activist like Morsi, all bets are off.

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Islamic State has a Big Mouth, but no state, just a presence on the web, and a state of mind, and a state of terror for those within it and without.

Whoever tweets such pronouncements is responsible for inciting unstable people to do unspeakable things.

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