Terror Group ISIS Threatens to Invade Paris ‘In the Near Future’ in New Video Showing an Attack on the Eiffel Tower
The ISIS terror group has threatened the French capital of Paris in a new video that shows an attack on the Eiffel Tower.
ISIS, the radical Islamist terrorists, recently released the video.
In it, the terrorists describe Paris as the “capital of degeneracy,” and threaten a surprise raid “in the near future” by militants who will attack from “ground tunnels.”
The video, published by the pro-ISIS group Al-Abd al-Faqir Media and circulated by the SITE intelligence group, shows the terrorists forming a cell outside Paris in the countryside, “where the infantry unit of the caliphate lie in wait for their enemies.”
The footage also includes an ambush by ISIS militants on a French military vehicle.
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The staged attack then devolves into militants capturing two men and executing them, according to The Daily Mail.
The jihadist narrator then says, “After the soldiers of the caliphate completed the siege on the city of Paris, Allah has guided his soldiers to storm the city from the ground tunnels and surprise the enemy with a direct double attack.”
The clip then shows an attack carried out on the landmark Eiffel Tower, while warnings about raids on the U.S. White House and Big Ben in London are also issued.
ISIS militants have carried out numerous attacks around the globe. The 2015 Paris attacks by the group left 130 people dead and hundreds of others wounded.
On that fateful night, gunmen and suicide bombers attacked a concert hall, a major stadium, restaurants, and bars nearly simultaneously.