ISIS launches global military campaign using teen suicide bombers to avenge loss of Syria territory • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

ISIS launches global military campaign using teen suicide bombers to avenge loss of Syria territory

ISIS has launched a massive global military campaign dubbed the ‘Revenge Invasion’ as payback for the loss of territory in Syria, experts have revealed.

Deadly attacks were carried out yesterday in Libya, Niger, Iraq, Syria and Egypt that were all said to be part of the same co-ordinated campaign.

An ISIS suicide bomber, 15, also slaughtered seven, including a six-year-old girl, in Egypt’s North Sinai – marking the terror group’s first operation in the area since 2018.

Terror experts warned the “rare” suicide attack in Sinai shows the terror group is expanding its reach.

“Worse attacks should be expected,” Rita Katz, Director of SITE Intelligence Group, said.

ISIS also claimed responsibility for an attack in Libya which saw extremist fighters kill three people and kidnap another.

An armed group cut power in the town of Fuqaha before slaughtering the trio and burning down houses.

Fuqaha is controlled by fighters loyal to Khalifa Haftar, whose forces are now focused on attacking Tripoli on the pretext of fighting terrorism.

ISIS has been active in Libya in the turmoil since the fall of Gaddafi’s regime in 2011.


The terror group was declared to be “totally defeated” in Syria on March 23 after the US-backed SDF liberated what it said was the last pocket of territory held by the militants.

But while the world has been celebrating the fall of ISIS, the terror group has been re-grouping in Syria, according to reports.

US-backed Syrian fighters were still battling ISIS jihadis in eastern Syria 10 days after declaring complete victory over the extremists, officials said.

And the terror group has released a number of vile propaganda videos since the fall of the last stronghold in Baghouz calling for jihadis across the world to carry out attacks.

Tens of thousands of ISIS militants and their families are now locked up in sprawling camps and prisons across northern Syria.

Horrific pictures have revealed the injuries suffered by the children of the ISIS militants after violence erupted during the terror’s group’s last major stand.

Donald Trump announced that the US and Coalition allies have liberated all the areas that had been under ISIS’s control in Syria and Iraq – “100 per cent of the caliphate”.

The victory marked the end of the brutal self-styled caliphate the group carved out in large parts of Iraq and Syria in 2014.


But Mustafa Bali, a spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces, said they are still rooting out groups of militants who were hiding in caves in and near the village of Baghouz.

He added that SDF experts are still removing mines and booby-traps in areas liberated in recent weeks.

In an article for Foreign Policy, Syrian writer Sarah Hunaidi wrote that ISIS extremists are also re-grouping in Suwayda, southern Syria.

“Contrary to Trump’s declaration, the terrorist group has not been vanquished,” she wrote.

“It is currently regrouping near my hometown, Suwayda, in southern Syria—an area it has long terrorised while the government of Bashar al-Assad stood by in silent complicity.”

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said senior ISIS commanders and prisoners held by the extremists are believed to be in the caves on the east bank of the Euphrates River.


The Observatory, which closely monitors the Syrian war through contacts on the ground, says scores of ISIS fighters and commanders who refused to surrender are still in the area.

On the eve of the last stand in Baghouz, ISIS released a sick video saying the terror group will not disappear – it will “expand and grow”.

An operative codenamed Abu al-Harith al-Ansari said the US will not succeed in destroying the path of jihad and if jihad ends in one place, it will reappear in another.

The propaganda video also called on jihadists around the world to carry out terrorist attacks against the ‘crusaders’ – the US and the West – and against those who abandoned Islam.

Two days after the last major battle, ISIS’s Sinai Province released a video called Commitment and Steadfastness.

It showed Sinai Province operatives renewing their pledge of allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The video urged fighters to be patient, continue with jihad, and “soon, Allah willing, you will see that their path will succeed.”

During the last weeks of fighting in Baghouz, thousands of civilians, ISIS fighters and their families were evacuated.

Many were moved to al-Hol, a camp for the displaced in northeastern Syria, which now holds 70,000 people.

Photos show how the exodus of jihadist families from ISIS’s final enclave is overwhelming eastern Syria’s hospitals.

Dozens of patients arrive at the small hospitals every day including young children who are burned, malnourished and terribly disfigured.

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