Israel preparing for possible battle with ISIS As They Are Bent On Invading Israel

If the many number army coalition can't defeat ISIS until now, then it means the world government knows more about this so called ISIS terrorist group.

Matthew 24:20 "But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day: 24:21 For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. 24:22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened."

“Daesh has jumped the fence,” said General John Allen, Obama former point man on ISIS.

“Jihadi John” the nom de guerre of Mohammed Emwazi, the executioner featured in the ghastly beheading videos of James Foley, Steven Sotloff, David Haines, Alan Henning, Peter Kassig, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto is dead.

Emwazi was memorialized in a glowing obituary published this week in Islamic State’s English-language magazine Dabiq confirming claims made two months ago by the Americans that the Kuwaiti- born Englishman was taken out two months ago in airstrikes on Al-Raqqa, the “caliphate’s” capital in northeast Syria.

Emwazi’s removal is a key element of a series of key blows against Islamic State (ISIS) which began nearly a year ago when the organization lost the city of Kobani, a Syrian town on set directly on Turkish border .

The early IS stronghold Ramadi was taken back by the Iraqi army two weeks ago.

“Much of this year was setting the conditions to effectively contain and then start pushing back against Daesh [another name for ISIS] in Iraq and Syria,” said General John Allen, formerly President Obama’s point man on ISIS.

As pressure on Islamic state intensifies in Iraq and Syria, the organization is working to establish itself in other countries and construct alternative arenas for its activities and Allen cautioned participants at the annual Institute for National Security Studies conference in Tel Aviv that it is too early to write the obituary for ISIS.

“While losing ground, no longer in relentless attack and no longer apparently undefeatable, Abu Baker Al Baghdadi did a smart thing when he began to bring in likeminded organizations, far flung from the caliphate itself and started designating them as distance provinces,” Allen observed.

“Daesh has jumped the fence,” said Allen.

Allen pointed to the DAASH’s in Libya, where last year it extended territorial control from its base in Sirte and now seeks to seize regions to the east where the country’s oil and shipping industries are concentrated while simultaneously staging operations in the region of Tripoli in the west.

Attacks on streets of Paris, against the Egyptian tourism industry and at Istanbul’s historic Hippodrome, demonstrate IS has affiliates and self-radicalized operatives who according to Allen “can do the bidding and extend the reach of the caliphate beyond the initial core area.

“They are not Islamists transformed to radicals – they are radicals transformed into jihadists,” said Jean-David Levitte, formerly the French ambassador to Washington now with the Brookings Institute policy think-tank.

Levitte is concerned about social conditions among Europe’s Muslim North African, Middle Eastern and South Asian immigrants which lead to alienation and a desire to reject the civilization their parents chose to adapt in search of economic betterment. “What’s interesting to me is that they were not attracted by Al-Qa'ida which proposed only a destructive vision but instead found inspiration in IS’s positive proscription of a caliphate,” said Levitte.

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