العربية

Moscow’s effects: ISIS’ possible resurgence in the Middle East

Recent months have witnessed an overall increase in the activity of ISIS after a period of latency and a general decline in the intensity and scope of the terrorist group’s operations as a result of the state of ambiguity that has affected its organizational structure since the killing of its former leader, “Abu al-Hassan al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi” in late 2022. However, the group became able to adopt some distinct terrorist attacks and operations in various regions inside and outside the Middle East.

In this context, Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) claimed responsibility for the attack that targeted the Crocus City Hall concert hall near Moscow on March 22, which might mark the beginning of a new wave of ISIS terrorist operations in the Middle East.

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