Undeterred by Obama's defense and foreign policies, ISIS is planning a wave of attacks on the West in July, terror analysts report.
A D.C.-based think tank predicts that the Islamic State will likely launch an attack against the West over the next 45 days as Muslims begin their celebration of Ramadan.
The Institute for the Study of War's forecast says that the terrorist group "will likely attack the West" during Ramadan, which begins on June 6 and ends July 5. The Islamic State traditionally uses the annual religious observance to increase the number of attacks and tweak its strategy, the report said.
Europe faces the greatest threat of attacks on sporting events in crowded public venues, including a Euro 2016 soccer tournament between June 10-July 10, according to the report. But attacks against the U.S. are also possible, especially around July 4.