ISIS Claims Responsibility For Tunisia Terrorists Attack ➠ Video
23 people were killed in attacks on a popular museum and the parliament building.
CBS News reported:
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility Thursday for the massacre of 23 people in the Tunisian capital the previous day, but offered no evidence to prove the claim.
In an audio message released by the group on Twitter and first reported by the SITE Intelligence Group, ISIS claimed two “knights of the State of the Caliphate” carried out the attack, lauded their action and threatened further violence.
The voice in the audio message was the same as the narrator’s in the extremist group’s daily audio bulletin, but the message did not bear any of the typical hallmarks of an ISIS release. It was, however, initially tweeted by an account that often circulates propaganda for ISIS’ branch in Nineveh, Iraq.
One of the two who opened fire at a prominent Tunisian museum was known to intelligence services, Tunisia’s prime minister said earlier Thursday, but no formal links to a particular terrorist group had been established. More