vocativ (of which lisa goldman is an editor) claim an “exclusive” on this

Exclusive: ISIS Puts Out Holiday Attack List Of Pindosi Churches
Gilad Shiloach, Vocativ, Dec 22 2016

Daesh published the names and addresses of thousands of churches in Pindostan and called on its adherents to attack them during the holiday season, according to a message posted late-night Wednesday in the group’s “Secrets of Jihadis” social media group. A user going by the name of “Abu Marya al-Iraqi” posted an Arabic-language message calling “for bloody celebrations in the Christian New Year” and announced the group’s plans to utilize its network of lone wolf attackers to “turn the Christian New Year into a bloody horror movie.” The series of messages appeared in a pro-Daesh group on Telegram, which also provides manuals for the use and preparations of weapons and explosives for aspiring assailants. The information, distributed in a number of posts, was all previously available online and includes a public directory of churches across all 50 states. (Vocativ does not publish specific information found in lists like these.) In another group post, a member summoned “the sons of Islam” to target “churches, well-known hotels, crowded coffee shops, streets, markets and public places,” and shared a list of addresses in Pindostan, Canada, France and the Netherlands. ISIS claimed responsibility for this week’s Xmas market attack in Berlin that killed 12 and injured 48. The group said that the assailant was a “soldier of Daesh,” who followed organizational orders “to target coalition countries.” The suspect was identified as Anis Amri, a Tunisian man in his 20s who reportedly had Salafi-Jihadi connections in Tunisia and Germany. He is still the object of a massive manhunt in Germany (dead cos these global zionazis don’t want him to be able to speak – RB). Daesh has published such lists before, in June, Vocativ reported on a “kill list” that included more than 8,000 names and addresses, including that of police officers in Pindostan. The June list resulted in no known attacks.

FBI warns of possible Daesh-inspired attacks in Pindostan
Reuters, Dec 24 2016

Federal authorities cautioned local law enforcement on Friday to be aware that supporters of Daesh have been calling for their sympathizers to attack holiday gatherings in Pindostan, including churches, a law enforcement official said. The warning, issued in a bulletin to local law enforcement, said there were no known specific, credible threats. The notice from the FNI and DHS was issued out of an abundance of caution (sic) after a publicly available list of Pindosi churches was published on pro-Daesh websites. The FBI said in a statement:

The FBI is aware of the recent link published online that urges attacks against Pindosi churches. As with similar threats, the FBI is tracking this matter while we investigate its credibility.

CNN quoted the bulletin as saying:

Daesh sympathizers continue aspirational calls for attacks on holiday gatherings, including targeting churches.

The notice describes different signs of suspicious activity for which police should be alert, it said.

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