ISIS Killed More Than 800 During Ramadan
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Islamic State’s ‘four weeks of pain for infidels’ claim more than 800 lives: Huge death toll of attacks in Iraq, Bangladesh and the US following Islamists’ call for slaughtering Ramadan

The call came in late May, just weeks before Ramadan began: ISIS told supporters to make the Holy period 'with God’s permission, a month of pain for infidels everywhere'.

That call has turned what should have been four weeks of peace and charitable giving into a bloodbath which has spread from Florida to the Philippines, leaving more than 800 dead at the hands of Islamic State's supporters across the globe.

Extremists have killed people as they sat with friends in a cafe in Bangladesh, executed Syrian families for trying to flee their clutches and stabbed a policeman to death in France.

In the first four weeks, almost 30 people a day died at the hands of an ISIS extremist - including many children, and the vast majority fellow, peaceful Muslims who do not agree with the group's twisted mentality.

In the last four weeks, hundreds of people have lost their lives at the hands of ISIS extremists - from Orlando, in Florida, to the Philippines and Bangladesh - and that is only the ones which have been reported

According to the New York Times, ISIS' spokesman told followers to 'make it, with God’s permission, a month of pain for infidels everywhere' at the end of May.

Fawaz A. Gerges, of the London School of Economics, told the paper: 'There is no doubt in my mind that Al-Qaeda, its various affiliates and now ISIS use Ramadan as a watershed, as a marker to inspire and motivate their followers and supporters worldwide.' 

On the first day of Ramadan, it was reported the terrorists executed 65 people - among them university students - at dawn in Mosul, Iraq.

And the killing continued, spreading from the Middle East throughout the world.

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