ISIS monsters threaten fresh attacks in London in sick new posters showing Houses of Parliament in flames


ISIS supporters have threatened fresh attacks on London in chilling propaganda posters showing the Palace of Westminster on fire.

The bloodthirsty jihadis were driven from their last stronghold in April but since then fears have persisted their supporters could carry out lone wolf attacks.

One of the posters released by the pro-ISIS group

The poster images have been gathered by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), an Israeli organisation that monitors jihadi propaganda output.

One of the posters shows several buildings engulfed in flames, including the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, with captions written underneath in poor English,

“O Crusaders in London and everywhere,” the caption read.

“Do you think we have failed? Do you think the supports of the Islamic State gonna be surrender?

“Be know, O Crusaders, the soldiers of caliphate is everywhere and will attack immediately in your countries.”

According to MEMRI a pro-ISIS media organisation posted the terror posters on the Telegram networking website.

It came with a message telling followers to “answer the call” and warning ISIS opponents that attacks would happen “immediately” in their countries.

“The pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Ash-Shaff Media Foundation shared five posters on Telegram which threaten and encourage terror attacks in the West,” said MEMRI.

“The posters are captioned in poor English and feature background images of San Francisco, New York City, and London.

“The Ash-Shaff media group is believed to be based in Indonesia and/or operated by Indonesians.”

The continuing threat of ISIS

ISIS made their final stand in the Syrian town of Baghouz at the end March.

Though their so-called Caliphate, which once covered swathes of Iraq and Syria, was finally reduced to rubble, experts have warned they continue to pose a threat.

On the eve of the last stand in Baghouz, ISIS released a sick video saying the terror group will not disappear – it will “expand and grow”.

Warnings have been sounded that they are using their expertise to carry out more attacks after being freed from having to defend territory.

A memo has been issued to British troops warning of the threat to military personnel and civilians abroad.

The jihadis could “target hotel locations to kill, injure or take hostage” people on the Costas and other holiday hotspots, the heads of the intelligence services have said.

The spies have reportedly identified a terrorist hit list of targets including Spain and Turkey with Greece, Tenerife and North African countries such as Morocco and Tunisia are also at risk.

Another poster featuring what appears to be New York tells adherents to “go and answer the call.”

“Don’t spare none. Kill them all. It is now time to rise. Slit their throats. Watch them die,” the poster read.

Another poster depicts a man with a backpack on and a suicide bomb attached to himself standing in front of a taxi.

“Through our blood comes success and well give it our best to destroy the Kuffar. We will slaughter them all,” read the caption on the post.

ISIS terrorist was pictured stalking Parliament as he plotted to bomb Downing Street and behead Theresa May.

Chilling CCTV footage shows Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman strolling through Westminster as he hatched his evil plan.

At the end of June, a report from the Washington-based Institute for the Study of War warned ISIS is set to come back – bigger and more dangerous than before.

Since their defeat they have been they have been linked to the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka that killed 250 people.

The group also threatens New York with terror attacks
Another poster depicts a man carrying a bomb on his back
ISIS made its last stand in Baghouz, Syria earlier this year
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An ISIS jihadi flees carrying the death cult’s infamous black flag[/caption]

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