A frightening map reveals how the terrorist group wants to dominate the world within five years, and it's according to a plan from 1996.
The Islamic State (IS) wants to take control of the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Europe by 2020, shows a map in the book "Empire of Fear: Inside the Islamic State", written by BBC reporter Andrew Hosken.
To The Daily Record, he says that the terrorist group “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. But one would have thought the first steps were unlikely as well.
“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.
“And the worry is the longer they are there, the more likely it is they will develop biological or chemical weapons. If they had weapons of mass destruction, they would use them. There is no question about that.”
A twenty year old plan
Despite the impression that IS is a new terrorist organisation, its origins go back decades.
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who founded the terrorist group that would later become IS, in 1996 described a seven-step programme that would lead to Muslim victory by 2020, it appears in Hosken's book.
He said: “We were so close to destroying them back in 2010-11 – 80 per cent of their leaders had been captured or killed and they ended up as a little rump.
“We didn’t finish them off and like a cancer they came back.”
The author told the Daily Record that the terrorist group would like to see Western troops being deployed to Iraq and Syria. That way, Muslims from around the world would see that IS is fighting against the West, and thus possibly join the group.
- For them it would be a major recruiting station, he said.
The seven-step programme described in the book has now reached phase five:
"The Fifth Phase This will be the point at which an Islamic state, or caliphate, can be declared. The plan is that by this time, between 2013 and 2016, Western influence in the Islamic world will be so reduced and Israel weakened so much, that resistance will not be feared. Al-Qaida hopes that by then the Islamic state will be able to bring about a new world order."
The sixth phase has its kickoff next year:
"The Sixth Phase From 2016 onwards there will a period of "total confrontation." As soon as the caliphate has been declared the "Islamic army" it will instigate the "fight between the believers and the non-believers" which has so often been predicted by Osama bin Laden."
Which would lead to the seventh and final phase:
"The Seventh Phase This final stage is described as "definitive victory." Hussein writes that in the terrorists' eyes, because the rest of the world will be so beaten down by the "one-and-a-half billion Muslims," the caliphate will undoubtedly succeed. This phase should be completed by 2020, although the war shouldn't last longer than two years."
To read the whole plan, all seven steps, click here. It is quite frankly disturbing that the Arabic Spring was planned in back in 1996 and executed in 2010-2012.
Do we need to worry?
Well, ISIS has claimed that the organization is shipping terrorists along with refugees from the Middle East to Europe. Do we need to worry about that? Absolutely.
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