EXCLUSIVE: Islamic State Supporters Vow to Conquer Rome Following Manchester Massacre  

Kashmiri Muslim protesters hold a flag of Islamic State as they shout anti-India slogans during a protest in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, April 8, 2016. Police fired teargas and pellet guns to disperse Kashmiris who gathered after Friday afternoon prayers to protest against Indian control over a part of the disputed region of Kashmir. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)
TEL AVIV — In an encrypted chat, Islamic State sympathizers and militants continue to celebrate Monday night’s deadly massacre at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. The jihadists and their supporters vow to continue the onslaught against the West, including attacks against the U.S., France and Rome.
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EXCLUSIVE: Islamic State Supporters Vow to Conquer Rome Following Manchester Massacre  

Kashmiri Muslim protesters hold a flag of Islamic State as they shout anti-India slogans during a protest in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Friday, April 8, 2016. Police fired teargas and pellet guns to disperse Kashmiris who gathered after Friday afternoon prayers to protest against Indian control over a part of the disputed region of Kashmir. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)
TEL AVIV — In an encrypted chat, Islamic State sympathizers and militants continue to celebrate Monday night’s deadly massacre at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. The jihadists and their supporters vow to continue the onslaught against the West, including attacks against the U.S., France and Rome.
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Trump’s Travel Ban for Libyan Immigrants Vindicated After Manchester Suicide Bombing


As the UK hunts down members and friends of a Libyan immigrant family after one of its British-born sons committed the worst terrorist atrocity on U.K. soil in 12 years, across the Atlantic the atrocity also highlights the dangers that made President Trump include Libya on the list of countries included in his much-maligned travel ban. Salman Abedi, who was born in Britain in 1994 after his family fled from Libya to escape the regime of Dictator Muammar Gaddafi, detonated a bomb Monday at Manchester Arena at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.  Abedi killed 22 people and injured dozens, many of whom were teenage girls and children. While it was initially thought that Abedi may have been a lone wolf, by Wednesday Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins told reporters authorities are now investigating a “network” of terrorists and have arrested six people in the UK – including Abedi’s older brother. While some outlets were hyping up Abedi’s supposed Britishness, (“He was a fan of Manchester United, like many in his soccer-obsessed hometown” began a New York Times profile on the Islamic jihadist), others have honed in on Abedi’s Libyan roots as a possible key to both
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