(Terrorist Muhammad Abu Al-Kiyan (middle, dark jacket) being shot at by a civilian, along with an Israeli bus driver, while carrying out a knife attack in Beersheva, Israel, on March 22, 2022. Source: Screenshot/Twitter.) Michael Barak, a senior researcher on terrorism and radical Islamic networks, told JNS that ISIS calls on its supporters to use a combination of vehicle-ramming attacks and sharp blades for “maximum carnage.” Muhammad Abu Al-Kiyan, an Israeli man in his mid-30s
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