‘Kill Them All’: ISIS thugs call on Islamic fanatics to launch attacks at the World Cup in chilling new propaganda campaign.
Threatening poster shows Argentina’s Lionel Messi on his knees next to an ISIS fighter inside Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium
In April, ISIS warned Russian President Vladimir Putin he will ‘pay the price for killing Muslims’. That poster showed a jihadist emerging from an explosion and holding an AK-47 aloft, with a packed football arena in the background.
According to Hannity.com:
The Islamic State threatened to launch massive attacks against the international World Cup soccer competition Friday; vowing to “kill them all” during the upcoming global tournament in Russia.
The terror organization released its newest threat through its French-language based media wing; showing a picture of a bloody knife severing the World Cup 2018 logo under the banner “Kill them all.”
According to the Daily Mail, the threat is likely a direct response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s staunch support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, who has waged an ongoing war against ISIS for over six years.
The terror group has been releasing propaganda pictures for months; vowing to strike the World Cup’s audience as well as sports stars from across the globe.
The disturbing image is similar to a recent ISIS photo depicting a lone-attacker stalking the New York City subway system, saying Americans “won’t know” when and where the next attack will occur.”