ISIS is finally making a move towards Israel. In what should be interpreted as a war-call, a brutal terror group from Egypt, which has now aligned itself with the Islamic State (ISIS) militant group, has released a photo report showing the group hoisting ISIS flags near Egypt-Israel Border.
The Egyptian terror group -- Ansar Beit al Maqdis -- earlier last week offered its allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and put up ISIS flags at the border security watch-posts between Israel and Egypt.
The group also has posted a picture of the Temple Mount mosque with what appears to be an Israeli flag. The message through the photo report hints that ISIS-affiliate Ansar Beit al Maqdis has its eyes set on Israel.
The ISIS-affiliated group in a 'chilling' 26-page photo report also stated that the group was ready to take on Israel for its atrocities against the Muslims. The report then gave out a chilling detail accompanied by photographs on how it carried out the last month's deadly suicide attacks in northern Sinai, which resulted in the deaths of 30 Egyptian soldiers.
On 24 October, Ansar Bayt Al Maqdis jihadists rammed an explosives-laden car into a military checkpoint in northern Sinai, following which the group carried out mass killing of the regime forces.
The terror group stated that the attacks was to avenge the crackdown by the government forces targetting the Islamist supporters.
Earlier last week, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in his statement also mentioned about Ansar Bait al-Maqdis, and went to state that ISIS was fast spreading its caliphate out of Iraq and Syria, expanding across the globe.
The group also gave out a warning to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, accusing him of collaborating with Israel.
The group also posted pictures of its fighters launching mortar attacks into Israel.