IHS Jane’s: 2,150 people killed by ISIS in first three months of 2016
Matthew Henman, head of IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre, said Monday that ISIS had killed about 2,150 people from January to March of this year, a rise of 43 percent compared to the same period of 2015. He said the terrorist organization is now focusing its efforts on carrying out mass-casualty attacks.
Another main conclusion of the research centre was that the Nusra Front has transformed itself into one of the world's most dangerous terrorist organizations. The British researchers predicted that it will eventually replace ISIS as the most dangerous Islamic terrorist organization in the world.