ISIS holiday warning: Fanatics vow to bring bloodshed to skies with aircraft attacks

Thursday, April 26, 2018
By Paul Martin

ISIS have vowed to bring bloodshed to the skies in a chilling warning to holiday-makers as the jihadis warn tourists “you will be easy pray” in a terrifying online poster showing what appears to be an image of the inside of an aircraft cabin.

By CARLY READ
Express.co.uk
Thu, Apr 26, 2018

The threat is one in a long line of frightening propaganda and was released on pro-Islamic State internet platforms and issued in English, French and Arabic.

The menacing warning comes after the downing of a Russian tourist jet departing from Egypt which killed all 224 passengers on board – an act of terror the demented group were believed to have been responsible for in 2015.

In the aftermath of the wreck, UK tour operators only resumed flights to that area this year.

The vow comes as ISIS is reported to have just three percent of its captured territories remaining in the Middle East.

Their senior propaganda chief has also been arrested in Iraq, having been captured along with three aides.

Captain Khaled Walid, of Nineveh police command, said: “Security troops were notified that Islamic State’s Garallah Khairo Habash, who was the head of al-Bayan radio station, was along with three of his companions in al-Azaba village, south of Mosul.

“Fake ID cards with names of civil servants were possessed by the members. They were confiscated, while the members were detained at the operations command for investigations.”

ISIS claimed responsibility for a horrific suicide bomber attack in the Afghanistan capital of Kabul on Sunday that killed at least 60 people and injured more than 120.

The explosion shattered glass from nearby buildings and wrecked cars as civilians waited for their identity cards at a voting centre in preparation for the upcoming October election.

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