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High Alert ! ISIS Targeting European Tourist Beaches This Summer


Thinking of spending holidays at European beaches ? Beware of the drink vendors and sellers. Yes you heard it right, the militant group ISIS is planning to devastate the beaches this summer all around the Europe, reports German media.

According to Fox News, terrorists are suspected of masquerading as drink vendors and sellers. They plan to place bombs on the lounge chairs and are plotting to gun down the tourists by automatic rifles.

Spain, Italy, and France would be the prospective targets of this stratagem.

Well, this could possibly drag the refugees in this scene as according to Metro, the terrorists are also planning to pose as refugees, who would pretend to be tourists.

The report of the beaches attacks came after Spanish authorities on Tuesday detained a suspected ISIS confederate in Morocco. He was accused of promoting terror attacks and recruiting jihadists in Europe through the internet.

“A police probe revealed that the accused had close contact with established terrorists involved with [ISIS] who are currently located in Syria,” Spanish police said in a statement.

In a report by NY Post, Seck Pouye, the police chief of the Senegalese town of Saly, said that Boko Haram, an ISIS ally, plotted the radicalisation of travellers between Senegal and Europe.

“These people travel regularly to Italy and other places with visas and documents. They are not illegal because they are viewed as business people and traders. That is what makes them so dangerous,” Pouye said.

Although, the Italian Interior Minister explicitly contradicted the report saying that “Italy’s beaches and resorts are totally safe for tourists”.

“It could be a whole new dimension of terror. Holiday beaches cannot be protected.” said an official to German newspaper BILD.

This horrendous plot reminds of the Tunisian attack of 2015. In June, Seifeddine Rezgui, an ISIS monster, sprayed bullets at the vacationers, with mostly Europeans; killing 39 and injured 40.

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