New ISIS Propaganda Calls on Fanatics to ‘Burn America’ and Attack London

February 21, 2018 Updated: February 21, 2018

New ISIS propaganda is calling on adherents to “burn America,” attack London and target Russian political and religious leaders.

According to SITE Intelligence Group, new incitement posters have now followed ones that called on lone-wolf jihadists to carry out attacks on Western targets using guns and vehicles.

The new poster being circulated among extremists and revealed on the SITE website shows a heavily-armed militant in front of an image of the Big Ben clock tower in London and the British Houses of Parliament.

Another piece of graphic propaganda alludes to fighting infidels. It calls on fanatics to “break the cross” and features Russian President Vladimir Putin and Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church in red-colored crosshairs.

According to SITE Intelligence, one of the posters also contains a call to “burn America.”

The propaganda material, reportedly released by pro-ISIS groups, comes just days after the extremist organization claimed responsibility for an attack on an Orthodox church in Russia.

According to MailOnline, the attacker, Khalil Khalilov, screamed “Allahu akbar’ and shot five women dead in Kizlyar, a town in the region of Dagestan. Khalilov was then shot and killed by police.

Analysists say that Russia is now being targetted for supporting the Assad regime’s military in Syria, which has also taken on ISIS.

This is not the first time ISIS has threatened to attack London.

Last November an image intercepted from a terrorist instant messaging chat showed a black-clad hooded figure standing over a kneeling Santa Claus. London’s Regent Street shopping area could be seen in the background.

A message reads “Soon on your holidays” in English, French, and German.

The implication is that Londoners could expect an attack from the terrorist group over the holiday season.

Epoch Times Photo

The image was intercepted by BlackOps Cyber, a darknet intelligence company, on Nov. 21 and given exclusively to The Epoch Times.

Six alleged ISIS plotters, who were believed to be planning an attack on a Christmas market were arrested in Germany around the same time.

The six men originally from Syria were arrested on Nov. 21 for plotting an attack involving “weapons and explosives,” according to police, as reported by The New York Times.

Intensification of the ISIS propaganda campaign before Christmas came as the terror group lost vast amounts of territory in Syria and Iraq.

John Smithies contributed to this report.

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