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February 18, 2015

ISIS Launches Air Strikes On Libyan Airport After Announcing They'll Invade Europe Through Libya With Italy Only A Short Plane Ride Away!


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By Stefan Stanford aka Live Free Or Die - All News Pipeline

Only a day after announcing that they will invade Europe through Libya, an ISIS-tied faction has taken their campaign of terror to a higher level, launching their first airstrikes against a Libyan airport merely a 45+ minute plane ride from Italy. Passengers were about to depart Libya's Zintan airport when Libya's Islamic state militia launched the attacks.

With ISIS now in possession of fighter jets and a promise made to invade Europe, the newly released video report below featuring Barack Obama at a White House summit on how to counter violent extremism is getting an awful lot of attention for its' underlying theme: Acts of terror carried out by muslim groups like ISIS are NOT due to Islam or any religious ideology....it's simply "social injustice." You can read the entire speech here.

ISIS’ plans to conquer Europe via Libya have been revealed in letters seen by an anti-terrorism group. Owing to its perfect location on the continental doorstep, the terrorists plan to ferry fighters from North Africa across the Mediterranean.

The plans, analyzed by anti-terrorism British think tank Quilliam, outline a strategy to illegally ferry fighters across the sea from Libya into southern Europe, into ports such as Italy’s southernmost island of Lampedusa, less than 300 miles (483km) away.

Libya “has a long coast and looks upon the southern Crusader states, which can be reached with ease by even a rudimentary boat,” an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) propagandist says in the letters seen by Quilliam, according to the Telegraph.










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