A few days ago, a massacre was committed by an ISIS-affiliated terrorist group in Mozambique, which left dozens dead and missing and alerted the world to the danger of this group that has launched a stepped-up offensive in the province of Cabo Delgado since 2017.
A recent study by Jamileh Kadivar from the University of Westminster revealed how ISIS used Social Media to serve its terrorist goals, stating that ISIS viewed the Media as more powerful than military operations and called its SM activities as "information jihad."
Defense One, a website on national security issues, published a research article warning of ISIS and Al Qaeda's incursion into Africa during 2021, mentioning factors that could push the organizations to impose their control over larger areas within the continent.
An international investigation revealed the methods applied by ISIS to obtain weapons. They use a wide network of intermediaries that disintegrated after the organization's collapse in 2019. This reveal should eventually lead to the elimination of the organization.