If you thought the Islamic State terror group had gone away, think again. Despite military defeat in Syria and Iraq, ISIS still has thousands of fighters with 25 affiliate groups around the world. Now, western intelligence agencies are bracing for terror attacks after the group called for revenge against Christians. They’re angry after a Danish activist publicly burned a Quran in Sweden last month. Protests erupted throughout the Islamic world after that Quran burning. Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said while the burning was deeply disrespectful, it was protected under freedom of expression.