Global iGuerilla Update


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

How goes the Jihad?

According to a Bipartisan Congressional Committee on Homeland Defense; nit so good. In fact, they say, its the worst its been in history and here’s why:

  • There are now 30,000 Jihadi’s in the Islamic State, double what most
  • More than 7,000 volunteers have poured in from all around the globe over
    the past few months; an alarmingly rapid rate of recruitment
  • 250 Americans have joined IS with an unknown number of returnees; what
    we do know is that 60+ have been arrested in the US to date

Meanwhile, according to their own publications and insider reports; Al Qaeda, the Pakistani Taliban and the Islamic State are all in search of nuclear weaponry. According to a reporter who spent some time inside the Islamic State, their nuclear goal is to destroy as much of the Dar al Harb as possible.

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