Americans Worldwide Are Warned of Terrorist Danger

A worldwide caution alert was sent out by the U.S. State Department as terrorist threats ramp up.

The CIA recently killed wanted terrorist Ayman Al Zawahiri, who was Osama bin Laden’s deputy. Al Zawahiri took over as leader after bin Laden was killed.

Due to the latest terrorist leader being taken out via drone strike, Americans are being warned about the potential of increased terrorist attacks.

“Following al-Zawahiri’s death, supporters of Al Qaeda, or its affiliated terrorist organizations, may seek to attack U.S. facilities, personnel, or citizens,” the alert said. “As terrorist attacks often occur without warning, U.S. citizens are strongly encouraged to maintain a high level of vigilance and practice good situational awareness when traveling abroad.”

According to the State Department, threats to U.S. citizens are much higher currently.

The alert details that Americans should be watchful of suicide operations, assassinations, hijacking, kidnapping and bombings.

Communication with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate and monitoring local news on the topic are suggested.

President Joe Biden and his administration have been bragging about the kill in Afghanistan. However, terrorism experts point out that Al Zawahiri being in Afghanistan shows that he was able to gather back to the place where the 9/11 terrorists were planned.

Biden’s disastrous pull out of troops from Afghanistan last year gave terrorists the ability to conquer the country at a fast rate. The seemingly incompetent president said al-Qaeda was “gone” from Afghanistan, which turned out to be completely false.

“The killing of Al Qaeda emir Ayman al Zawahiri will be sold as a counterterrorism success. But that narrative masks the undeniable truth that Taliban-controlled Afghanistan is a safe have for Al Qaeda,” Bill Roggio, a terrorism analyst at the Long War Journal, tweeted. “The strike that killed Zawahiri is the first since the U.S withdrawal 1+ months ago. The U.S. saved best for first, and made the first counterterrorism strike count.”

“Zawahiri was killed in the Sherpur neighborhood, in a home run by a deputy of Sirajuddin Haqqani. Sirajuddin is of course one of two deputy Taliban emirs as well as the interior minister,” he continued. “Zawahiri could not operate in Afghanistan – particularly in Kabul – without the consent of the Taliban. He wasn’t in the remote mountains of Kunar, Nuristan, or Nangarhar, or distant provinces of Ghazni, Helmand, or Kandahar. He was in the Taliban’s capital.”

As terrorism rises under Biden’s watch, Americans are urged to take extra precautions.