The Islamic State carried out a terror attack on a French chemical plant today, marking the second Islamic terror attack in that country in the past six months. The gruesome details from Fox News:
France was on high alert Friday after a man at a U.S.-based chemical company was decapitated by terrorists who left his severed head scrawled with Arabic phrases and dangling from a fence amid two ISIS flags, authorities said.
Meanwhile to the south in Tunisia, 27 tourists were killed on the beach at a resort. In March, 20 tourists were killed at a museum in that country. In Kuwait another attack was carried out at a mosque.
ISIS called for attacks around the world during the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, which started last week.
Back in the U.S. House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes warned last weekend that Americans face the highest level of threat ever as the FBI struggles to combat ISIS recruitment online.
"We face the highest threat level we have ever faced in this country, today," Nunes said on CBS' Face the Nation Sunday. "Even after 9/11."