There are increased signs that the self-proclaimed Islamic State has sets its sights on expanding its caliphate to Tunisia next.

In the last two weeks, ISIS has published videos taunting the government, shared pictures of some its fighters brandishing guns and made fun of a Tunisian tourism campaign in the wake of a March bombing at a museum that was reportedly carried out by ISIS. The group also has posted online photos of supposed Tunisian martyrs to its cause—though the tweets don’t make clear where those purported members died.

ISIS also announced that it is creating the Islamic State of Afrikah, an antiquated name for the region that is now Tunisia.

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