The video – released by its Alwa’ad media arm – shows montage footage of terror attacks in New York, Paris and Brussels before issuing the dire warning
ISIS has warned London could be its next potential terror target in a chilling propaganda video boasting of the bloodshed in Paris and Brussels.
The video – released by its Alwa’ad media arm – shows montage footage of terror attacks in New York, Paris and Brussels before issuing the dire warning.
The film shows an image of the Houses of Parliament while directly threatening Britain and other Christian countries it labels ‘nations of the cross’.
A voiceover states: “Nations of the cross, this message is for you. Know that your options are few, either you join Islam, or pay tribute, or freeze the war.
“If it was Paris yesterday… tomorrow it will be London, or Berlin, or Rome.”
The video also features computer-generated footage of the Eiffel Tower falling from the ground which appears to have been taken from computer game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
The video is narrated in Englush by a jihadi with a thick, Arab accent that repeatedly threatens “kuffar,” or non-Muslims.
Describing the Paris terror attacks, the voiceover states: “The soldiers went out to the ground and street of Paris and killed the kuffars.
“This invasion was just a cautionary message to the nations of the cross.”
The film, entitled ‘Fight Them; Allah Will Punish Them by Your Hands’ was released last night on media channels used by the terror group.
Other iconic European landmarks such as the Rome Colosseum are also shown.
Footage of potential Western targets are spliced with barbaric footage of executions and beheadings which have become synonymous with Islamic State.
A total of 130 people were killed in a co-ordinated series of ISIS attacks in Paris last November last month and 32 people were killed in three suicide bombs plotted by the terror group in Brussels.
Just last week the terror group attempted to lure new recruits by releasing footage of its own dead fighters – claiming to show them ‘at peace with Allah’.
Barbaric footage shows ISIS militants beheading and slaughtering opponents as it boasts its jihadis ’embody the meaning of manhood’.
But despite bold proclamations within the propaganda footage, ISIS has seen its fighters ‘wiped out’ as the group has been forced back from key positions across Syria.
Most notably, ISIS was driven out of Palmyra last week and Russian forces have now entered the city to clear the area of booby traps left by militants.