ISIS Rivalry With Al Qaeda Could Result In Major U.S. Terror AttackA number of high level advisors to President Obama warned a congressional committee on Wednesday that Al Qaeda and ISIS may be competing with one another in a bid to be seen as the stronger and braver terrorist group, and that this rivalry could possibly lead to an attack on the U.S. The comments came following a question from GOP Rep. Peter King, as Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey, and National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen expressed concern over the competition prevalent between Al Qaeda and ISIS. Johnson told the House Homeland Security Committee, “These groups are in competition with one another for attention, for fundraising, for recruitment, and one way to compete is to show that you’re the biggest and baddest group out there. The logic of it is compelling,” Comey concurred, “You’re not going to be the leader in the global jihad without striking America.” to read more: inquisitr.com
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