The caliphate is not dead. It just smells of vengeance.

The caliphate is dead. For now

The caliphate is dead. Long live the caliphate.

The creation of the “caliphate” was a significant achievement. It occupied large swaths of Syria and Iraq and, at its peak, contained some 9 million people and embraced the once-great city of Mosul. It was an electrifying moment for the jihadi movement because it was the first time that a caliphate had existed since the Ottoman Empire.

Robert Spencer in FrontPage: The Caliphate is Over, But ISIS Isn’t

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ISIS jihadi vows “new conquests in the future. We will seek vengeance, there will be blood up to your knees.”