Isis in terrifying call for attacks on Jews and Israeli embassies across the world

Isis in terrifying call for attacks on Jews and Israeli embassies across the world

Isis has issued a horrifying call for attacks on Jewish neighbourhoods across the globe as conflict continues between Hamas and Israel (stock image)

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Georgina Cutler

By Georgina Cutler


Published: 20/10/2023

- 10:44

Isis have claimed the lives of more than 236 people during 20 attacks

Isis has issued a horrifying call for attacks on Jewish neighbourhoods across the globe as conflict continues between Hamas and Israel.

In issue 413 of al-Naba - a weekly newspaper issued by the Central Media Office of the Islamic State - the terrorist group urged people to target synagogues, nightclubs, and businesses linked to Jewish people.


Following the outbreak of the war, the death toll in Gaza stands at 3,478 killed while 12,065 others have been wounded.

In occupied West Bank, 69 people have been killed and 1,300 wounded.

Israel's Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepts rockets launched from the Gaza Strip

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While in Israel, at least 1,400 people have been killed and 3,800 injured since the October 7 Hamas attacks.

Isis claims more than 236 people have been killed in 20 attacks the group have carried out over two-week period.

Writing in the weekly propaganda outlet, the terror group said: "Target synagogues scattered everywhere. Attacking Jewish nightclubs and targeting their visitors with murder.

"Target the Jewish economic interests spread across the world.

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"Educate generations that the battle with the Jews is purely ideological, neither patriotic nor national.

"And that the battlefield includes all places of Jewish existence and is not limited to Palestine.

"We invite you to join the caliphate, who seek to remove the borders and dams that prevent them from the fight."

The call comes just days after a British tourist was shot dead in Uganda on a safari park holiday by gunmen thought to be linked to Isis.

A man and a police officer stand next to a vandalised Kosher restaurant near a bridge with 'Free Palestine' painted on it, in Golders Green

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The unnamed Briton was one of three people targeted by militants as they travelled through Queen Elizabeth National Park in the East African nation.

Isis has previously been blamed for numerous massacres, including attacks that have killed dozens of schoolchildren and kidnapping foreign tourists.

This week has also seen Italian authorities arrest two men suspected of carrying out online recruitment activities on behalf of the Islamist terror group amid heightened security alert across Europe following the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas conflict.

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