ISIS has called on its supporters to carry out terror attacks in Western countries, according to an audio recording released Monday that celebrates recent atrocities including the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.
The Islamist extremist group’s spokesman, Abu Muhammad Al-Adnani, urged jihadis to carry out lone wolf atrocities in the message, which was produced its media arm and distributed on Twitter and jihadi forums.
Al-Adnani praised recent attacks in Canada, France, Australia, and Belgium and warned the West that ISIS would continue to inflict terror on its soil and that worse attacks were to come.
"You have not seen anything yet from us," he warned.
He also urged supporters to "target the crusaders in their own lands."
The recording appears to be authentic, according to intelligence analysts, Flashpoint.
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