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?

This interview was originally broadcast on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story.