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English-Speaking ISIS Jihadist Threatens Attack On U.S.

| by Nicholas Roberts
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In a chilling video released by terrorist group ISIS, an English-speaking extremist warns that the U.S. will be attacked “very soon” in a bloody, murderous rampage “like Paris.”

In the video, the extremist warns America and President Barack Obama that ISIS will “kill, slaughter and burn" its people, the Daily Mail reports.

The identity of the speaker, as well as his nationality, are unknown.

During the video, the man states: “Paris isn’t far from you. We will, by Allah’s permission, do to your country what we did to Paris.”

“Inshallah (God willing), we will attack you very soon with anything we lay our hands on,” the man continues.

Speaking against a backdrop of scenes of conflict in Syria and Iraq, as well as scenes from the Paris attack, the man says, “You dogs of Rome, Kerry and Obama, haven't you learned your lesson yet?”

“Fighting the Islamic Caliphate state is making you lose lots of wealth and even losing the lives of your army as well as your people.”

He then references various cyber attacks inflicted upon ISIS’ computer networks and says such efforts are futile.

“We are still here and we will support the Islamic State.”

The video then cuts to a 2014 video of Jihadi John and two other fighters towering captives before beheading them, according to The Sun.

After this, the man says: “To Obama, the dog of Rome, today we are slaughtering the soldiers of Pasha. Tomorrow, we will be slaughtering your soldiers."

“We will soon, like your puppet David Cameron said, begin to slaughter your people, on your streets.”

ISIS also issued threats against the U.K., including one in January when the group threatened an attack on Britain so horrific that it would “turn children’s hair white,” according to the Daily Mail.

The group has said it intends to wield terror in Europe, and that the U.K. will suffer the ‘lion’s share’ of the attacks the group intends to undertake.

Sources: Daily Mail, The Sun / Photo Credit: Screenshot via The Sun

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