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#War on #Terror :#Isis orders all his followers: - Blood the #Christmas of the #Crusaders !

Isis orders all his followers: Blood the Christmas of the Crusaders.

Islamic State has called for all Muslims to strike at Christmas and festival events weeks after a gunman killed five in Strasbourg.

ISIS have urged all Muslims to 'kill crusaders in their festivals' over the Christmas period.



It comes as tourists in Barcelona were warned of potential Christmas Day terror attack by bus driver.


Officers have been told the Casablanca-born terrorist may try to commit a spectacular massacre in the Catalan capital using a coach or similar type of vehicle.

At a Christmas market in Strasbourg earlier this month gunman Cherif Chekatt killed five before fleeing the scene.



He was shot and killed days later - but had recorded a video pledging himself to Islamic State.

The terrorist group, still fighting coalition forces in Syria, wants Muslims to 'kill crusaders' over the festive period as they increasingly rely on lone wolf-style attacks.

The revelation surfaced after the US state department tweeted: "Spain. Exercise heightened caution around areas of vehicle movement including buses in the Las Ramblas area of Barcelona during Christmas and New Year.

"Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, and other public areas."

Donald Trump recently announced that he was withdrawing roughly 2,000 US troops from Syria saying that ISIS had been 'defeated'.

The decision led to Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis quitting his key role and issuing a scathing rebuke in his resignation letter.

Trump later partially walked back his earlier tweet and said that Turkey had the means to defeat the Islamic State.



The US president has also lost envoy Brett McGurk.

The US special presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat the militant group, submitted his resignation effective December 31 to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday, a State Department official said.

McGurk, who was slated to leave his post in February 2019, objected to Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria, a person familiar with the matter said, and added that Mattis' departure had a "significant impact" on McGurk's resignation.

Trump, for his part, tweeted late Saturday that McGurk had simply moved up the date of his resignation and added: "Grandstander?"

"The Fake News is making such a big deal about this nothing event!" he said on Twitter.



McGurk was appointed by Obama in 2015 and has been instrumental in shaping Washington's policy in northern Syria, particularly its backing of Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militia that have been fighting Islamic State with US support for three years.

Trump's declaration of triumph has alarmed key NATO allies such as France and Germany, who said the change of course on Syria risks damaging the fight against Islamic State, which has now been squeezed to a sliver of Syrian territory.
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