Long after Barack Obama declared the war in Iraq over, terror groups including the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are capturing cities across the nation in a violent takeover. As renewed U.S. involvement in the conflict remains uncertain, ISIS has coordinated a frightening Twitter campaign meant to discourage the presence of American troops in the region.
Using the hashtag #CalamityWillBefallUS, ISIS and other related groups are issuing direct threats to the safety of America and its citizens.
#CalamityWillBefallUS If you just think to attack the Iraq, you -Americans- will pat the high heavy price of this attacking.
— أبوخالد . (@_AB_IB) June 27, 2014
— أبـو عــمــر الأزدي (@a_b_a_0) June 27, 2014
The chilling message is clear. Islamic terrorists are willing to bring their campaign to America. With a constant stream of new posts under this blunt hashtag, it is obvious that a large number of extremists back the deadly mission.
— أبو نفلا الأزدي (@BentalaCom) June 27, 2014
Using graphic photos and references to the 9/11 attack, the seemingly endless stream of tweets provides a startling glimpse into the intentions of this network of terrorists.
Some patriots are using the tag to rally Americans…
— Semper Fortis (@LiberalMediaSux) June 27, 2014
…however, the overwhelming majority of its users are issuing direct threats against U.S. soldiers and citizens.
— الصارم#باقية (@dour0) June 27, 2014
As of this writing, hundreds of new tweets continue to be posted by the minute.
This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom