More than 60 people were killed on Friday in two attacks.
The first was a suicide bomb explosion at a mosque for Shia Muslims in Kuwait City—the first such attack in relatively stable Kuwait.
Then in Tunisia, European tourists were targeted in their resort. A gunman randomly opening fire among the beach umbrellas and continuing in a hotel.
The message, for many, is clear: ISIL is expanding its activities beyond areas already seized in Iraq and Syria.
But what are the limits of the group’s expansion?