“Jews And Worshipers Of The Cross, We Swear To Cut Your Necks And Shed Your Blood In Front Of The Temple Mount In Jerusalem!”
The jihadist terrorist group ISIS has once again threatened the president of the United States, Donald Trump.
ISIS has broadcast a photo montage showing a hooded man in the role of executioner about to execute two prisoners: these are Donald Trump and the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu. “Jews and worshipers of the cross, we swear to break their necks and shed their blood,” reads the message that accompanies the image.
ISIS released a poster of Santa Claus on the group’s social media haunts. The poster shows Santa overlooking Times Square with a case of dynamite at his side. In the image, the New York streets are filled with pedestrians at nighttime and Santa carries a bulky red sack. “We meet at Christmas in New York… soon,” reads the text on the image.
A criminal complaint stated that Mohamed Rafik Naji, 37, a legal permanent U.S. resident and citizen of Yemen, discussed a plot to try to conduct a Nice-style attack using a garbage truck to mow down people in Times Square.
A digitally created image shows an armed man standing below the Mormon San Diego California Temple, with ‘Coming Soon’ written in letters stained with blood and draped in green tinsel.
ISIS warlords have issued a chilling threat to bring carnage to London’s Oxford Street this Christmas. A blood-curdling poster issued by the terror group shows a heavily armed jihadi walking down the city’s busiest shopping street beneath festive lights.
The propaganda reads: “From now onwards we will go to attack them and they will not come to attack us.” Chiefs of the evil group have also made threats against the Queen and encouraged attacks on next year’s World Cup.
ISIS released a sickening image of the monarch’s head covered in blood in front of a union flag. A blood-spattered carving knife lies across the image, which it carries the warning: “Under observation… soon.”
And then there’s this one of Big Ben:
Another poster shared on encrypted channels show Santa kneeling in front of a terrorist with London’s Regent Street in the background.
One poster shows a jihadi with a bloody knife looking out over a Christmas market with the Eiffel Tower in the background and the message ‘soon in your holidays.’
And in front of the Arc d’ Triumph.
An image, which made its rounds on various social media, appears to show a crowd gathered in front of the iconic 200-year-old Arc De Triomphe. A graphic overlaid on the picture shows a hand wielding a bloody knife and a caption of ‘We Will Make New Year’s Day Hell,’ pasted across it.
ISIS leaders have also urged jihadists to attack Rome in an online poster showing a wolf overlooking St Peter’s Square.
A poster emerged in November showing a terrorist overlooking St Peter’s Square in the Vatican with rocket launcher, along with a message urging extremists: ‘Do not hold back with your blood, the reward is paradise.’
The message warned that ‘the crusaders’ feast is approaching’, alluding to a Christmas attack the Catholic church’s holy city. ‘Their convoys will crowd itself in front of you prepare and plan for them show them the meaning of terrorism.’
A propaganda poster released by a pro-ISIS group this weekend depicts Pope Francis being beheaded by an ISIS jihadist.
The poster was discovered on a Telegram app’s pro-ISIS channel by an intelligence group, and shows a terrorist with his face masked in white robes standing over the bloody severed head of the Pope.
ISIS’s goal of attacking Rome is as old as the group itself. The same week that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced the caliphate, for example, he also declared that the militant group would “conquer Rome and own the whole world.”
“ISIS is also keen to target Italy now because it’s one of the few major European countries it hasn’t yet struck,” Meserole said. “They’re hoping to inspire violence there so that they can say, in effect, ‘we’ve already attacked your capitals in London, in Paris, and in Barcelona, and now we’ve attacked Rome. There’s nowhere we can’t reach.'”