Loss of territory and top leadership and increased security have made it harder for the group to execute big attacks in the country, experts tell Al-Mashareq.
New legislation tightens existing US sanctions on the Iran-backed militia's foreign revenue sources in order to impede its regional activities.
With its territory across Syria and Iraq rapidly shrinking, ISIS is now concentrating its resources in the Euphrates River valley along the Syria-Iraq border.
The group's leaders have been pushing Osama bin Laden's son in a propaganda effort designed to regroup its disparate fighters, experts say.
Security forces will continue to combat the terror group until full security is achieved, an official tells Al-Mashareq.
The group's ultra-extremist elements are assailing dissenters who think ISIS has gone too far in its attempt to enforce a hardline ideology.
The terror group is ramping up its arbitrary kidnappings and executions, sparking angry reactions from residents.
The show of force comes as Egyptian forces and local tribes close in on ISIS affiliate Wilayat Sinai and sever its supply routes.
Egypt's crackdown on the group has led its elements to threaten residents against co-operating with the army by setting their vehicles on fire.
Egyptian forces have been largely successful in containing the threat from the extremist group, which has targeted military personnel.