ISIS has unveiled a chilling new map of Africa and Europe, as it plans for world’s domination by 2020, the Mirror reports.
According to the map, the terrorists aim to control the Middle East, Africa above the equator and vast areas of Europe and Asia within the next five years. Nigeria will end its existence, a part of its territory will be joined to Maghreb, while the bigger part will belong to ‘the Land of Habasha’.
The Mirror notes that Andalus, for example, is the Arabic name given to the parts of Spain, Portugal and France that were occupied by the Moors from the 8th to the 15th century.
Andrew Hosken, who is the author of “Empire of Fear” book, said: “They want to take over all of what they see as the Islamic world. Once they have their caliphate, they plan to turn against the rest of the world. They envisage the whole world being under their rule.
“They have 60 nations against them, including the United States and Russia, so one would think that is pretty unlikely. People should realise Islamic State don’t want to create their caliphate and be left in peace. They see us being under their rule too and having to abide by their ideology.
“They have already destabilised Iraq and Syria, they have tried to destabilise Saudi Arabia and Libya and recently they almost destroyed Tunisia’s main industry, tourism.”
The source explains that a seven-step programme, dating back almost 20 years, includes the US being provoked into declaring war on the Islamic world between 2000 and 2003, and an uprising against Arab rulers between 2010 and 2013.
It is also important to note that the extremists have about 50,000 members, which is surely not enough to capture and control the mentioned territories. However, it is more than enough for the richest terrorist group in the world to maintain its rule over the huge parts of Syria and Iraq for more than a year.