ISIS makes Christmas market terror threat: Jihadis send warning of high street attacks

Sunday, November 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

TWISTED Islamic State jihadis have sent a disturbing warning that attacks could be carried out in Christmas markets and high streets over the festive period.

Sun, Nov 26, 2017

Mocked-up images of a menacing hooded figure lurking behind Father Christmas have been circulated on ISIS-supporting messaging groups.

One, showing London’s Regent Street in the background, comes with the ominous caption “Soon on your holidays” in English, French and German, the Epoch Times reports.

Another shows a Christmas market in Paris, with the Eiffel Tower in the distance.

The sick messages were intercepted by BlackOps Cyber, an internet intelligence agency.

According to images provided by the company, it was shared at about midday on Thursday on a messaging group called Army of Mujahideen, which has at least 1,800 members.

The image was designed by a member calling himself Dr Almani, which itself could be a reference to a banned Twitter account whose bio said he was an “explosives warehouse official”.

Earlier this week six men, all of whom are originally from Syria, were arrested in Germany in connection with a suspected plot to attack a Christmas market.

Last year an ISIS-inspired terrorist killed 12 people after driving a lorry through a festive market in Breitscheidplatz in Berlin.

This week reported that hundreds of ISIS fighters, after fleeing Syria are heading to the UK and Europe to mount a series of Christmas attacks.

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