According to figures issued by the Office for National Statistics, Muslims have become the fastest growing religious group in England the past few years, as the 2016 census shows that the number has exceeded 3 million people.
Despite the hits that the ISIS terrorist group has received in the past months, its remnants are still spread among many cities in the Middle East. They are seeking financing to revive their collapsed caliphate and continue their crimes against innocent people.
Al-Hol camp, one of the largest refugee camps, consists of 72000 displaced people, mostly women and children. International reports suggest that some ISIS women members want to carry out terrorist attacks in compliance with the requests of the leaders of the collapsing organization.
Nusrat al-Islam is one of the newly-formed terrorist organizations in Africa. It follows al-Qaeda and competes with ISIS by carrying out suicide attacks against innocent people and recruiting women. It also provides African fighters to join the ranks of al-Qaeda in Asia.
International reports revealed that the negative effects of terrorism cost the world economy $33 billion in 2019 alone. Terrorist operations cause the loss of economic profits worth billions of dollars annually, waste productivity, and lead to spending billions to address armed violence.
The decline of ISIS in Syria and Iraq provided an opportunity for other terrorist organizations to emerge. The Guardians of Religion is one of these organizations that seeks to obtain ISIS's legacy and its remnants that are scattered in many places in Syria.
Anjem Choudary is considered the spiritual father of the extremist Osman Khan who carried out the London Bridge attack. He contributed to the establishment of several banned terrorist groups, and he was involved in 15 terrorist plots under the banner of ISIS, Syria.
Much evidence has revealed that the ISIS terrorist organization in Iraq has become a secret network. They seek to create chaos and cause instability in hopes of creating the atmosphere for its return to the scene and the restoration of its terrorist presence.
The terrorist organization ISIS’s old sources of funding have collapsed due to its disintegration. ISIS is now resorting to other means, which rely on extortion and kidnapping that demand ransom money, to finance its attacks.
Muslim MPs in the British Parliament achieved a historic achievement after 18 of the 72 candidates won in the latest elections. One million of the 3 million Muslims who live in England can vote in elections.