A head of a company decapitated in an attack in the south-east of France, 38 dead in a shooting in a Tunisian hotel, more than 150 civilians killed in Kobane, dozens of dead in the attack of a mosque in Kuwait , dozens more on a base in Somalia: the second Friday of Ramadan was marked by an outbreak of violence bearing the mark of jihadists.

This deadly wave comes three days after a call from ISIS, which fights in Iraq and Syria, inciting Muslims around the world to engage in holy war against “disbelievers” during Ramadan, which began on Monday. June 17 But nothing indicates for the moment that the attacks of Friday were coordinated.