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Synagogue, Church Members Named on ISIS 'Kill List'

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The Islamic State (ISIS) terror group continues to extend its reach from not just the Middle East and Europe, but into the United States. The Algemeiner's Lea Speyer reports that a new "kill list" released by the terrorist organization has targeted 1,700 Americans, namely members of synagogues and churches:

The list was released online by ISIS’s cyber hacking arm the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) and first uncovered by intelligence analyst group SITE. The terror group called on its supporters to carry out lone-wolf terror attacks, and urged: “kill them all,” “slay them.”

According to SITE, the list was first published on July 3 but was then quickly deleted. A new list was uploaded on July 5 with additional links and information. The notice doesn’t explain why specific religious organizations are being singled out by the terror group.

US security officials appear to be taking the most recent target list seriously. As reported by Nashville’s WSMV, the FBI has begun warning residents in the area of their inclusion...

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