ISIS Releases Video Threatening Attack on Russian Soil ‘Very Soon’

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The video features chants of “soon, very soon, the blood will spill like an ocean.” ISIS Media

 

The Islamic State (ISIS) extremist group released a new video on Thursday threatening an attack on Russia “very soon,” according to jihadi monitoring network SITE Intelligence.

The footage features Russian-language chants of “soon, very soon, the blood will spill like an ocean”, SITE reported. The video also shows graphic footage of a number of the atrocities that the group has carried out in Libya, Syria and Iraq.

“The kafir (disbeliever) throats will tremble from the knives. We will make your wives concubines and make your children our slaves,” the video adds.

“Europe is shaking, Russia is dying. The Kremlin will be ours,” it continues.

The video was released by ISIS’s foreign language media arm, Al-Hayat Media Center, and has a high-quality production that has come to typify the extremist group’s official propaganda releases.

This represents the first video that the group has released threatening an attack on Russian territory since Moscow initiated its airstrike campaign against rebel groups in Syria on September 30.

Full article: ISIS Releases Video Threatening Attack on Russian Soil ‘Very Soon’ (Newsweek)

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