ISIL Seeks Allies In N. Africa

  • Middle East Newsline
  • August 17, 2014
CAIRO [MENL] -- Islamic State of Iraq and Levant, with control over large
parts of Iraq and Syria, has set its sights on North Africa.
Islamist sources said ISIL has intensified recruiting in several
countries in North Africa. They said the recruitment was now meant to help
establish sleeper and operational cells in such countries as Algeria, Libya,
Morocco and Tunisia.
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