IS describes Tunisian tourist hotel as ''a despicable place of prostitution, sin and unbelief''

IS describes Tunisian tourist hotel as ''a despicable place of prostitution, sin and unbelief''
The terrorist organization IS claimed responsibility for the attack against a tourist hotel in Tunisia on Friday.

"Our brother caliphate soldier Abu Yiyha al-Kairouni, reached his goal at Imperial hotel, despite security measures," said the tweet where IS accepts responsibility for Friday's attack.

At the hotel, described as ''a despicable place of prostitution, sin and unbelief', he killed 40 infidels from countries in the coalition who are at war with the Caliphate," says the jihadist group's Twitter message.

38 people are confirmed dead after a terrorist attack on a hotel in the city of Sousse. Most fatalities are British tourists.

Tunisian authorities will during the next few weeks shut down 80 mosques for inciting violence.

The mosques to be closed are mosques that are outside the control of the government, and the decision is a response to the bloody terrorist attack Friday.

Tunisia has since the uprising against President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in 2011 struggled to gain control of the ultraconservative Islamic movements.

Although Tunisia is the only country that has succeeded in, for the most part, forming a functioning democracy after the Arab Spring, thousands of Tunisians have traveled to Syria to join the IS.

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