ISIS warns Britons after Italian shot in Bangladesh.
British tourists have been warned to avoid travelling to ‘Muslim lands’ by Islamic State (ISIS), following the murder of an Italian aid worker in Bangladesh. The savage terror group – which has expanded its reach from Syria and Iraq to vast swathes of Africa and Asia - claimed responsibility for gunning down Cesare Tavella as he jogged home yesterday in the capital Dhaka. The 51-year-old was killed when two gunmen claiming to be the “soldiers of the Caliphate in Bangladesh" fired three shots. The jihadi assassins used silencer-mounted guns "after pursuing him in one of Dhaka's streets”, the ISIS affiliate said.
But, in a chilling warning to all Westerners, the group wrote on Twitter: "We say to all citizens of the Crusader coalition, you will not be safe in the Muslim lands, and this is just the beginning. We say to all citizens of the Crusader coalition, you will not be safe in the Muslim lands, and this is just the beginning."
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