Six months after Iraqi forces retook east Mosul from the Islamic State (IS), the group claimed a “special operation” in deploying two suicide bombers to the area, allegedly killing and wounding nearly 60 militiamen.


In a final push for lone-wolves to act, and to threaten the West before the Islamic holy month of Ramadan ends, the pro-Islamic State (IS) Nashir News Agency published a poster warning Western citizens to “expect” fighters to reach them.


Islamic State (IS) supporters suggested lone wolves in France and the West in general attack remote areas and set forest fires to deter the enemy from harming Muslims.