WARNING: Islamic State (ISIS) Threat on July 4th

ISIS has previously used online magazines to recruit terrorists and relay instructions about how to launch attacks. A second image shows a US soldier running away form a terrorist attack near Brooklyn Bridge

A jihadi is shown on Westminster Bridge looking northwards towards the Palace of Westminster.It features a quote form the Koran, saying: ‘Kill them wherever you find them and besiege them and sit in wait for them at every place of ambush.’

ISIS has previously used online magazines to recruit terrorists and relay instructions about how to launch attacks.

Notice how they throw in the non-existent white supremacist garbage to mitigate jihad.

ISIS ISSUE THREATS TO ATTACK JULY 4 CELEBRATIONS AS FEDERAL AGENCIES WARN ‘DOMESTIC TERRORISTS’ COULD ALSO TARGET INDEPENDENCE DAY FESTIVITIES

  • ISIS extremists have urged supporters to launch attacks in the lead up to July 4
  • Posters online feature a burning White House and aircraft crashing in New York
  • FBI warned white supremacists could also target Independence Day festivities
  • Crowds of revellers pose a ‘soft target’ for ‘domestic’ and ‘homegrown’ radicals

White supremacist terrorists as well as ISIS militants could be planning to target Independence Day celebrations, federal authorities warned.

FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and National Counterterrorism Center, have said US ‘domestic radicals’ could use these events to strike at the government.

The warning came as ISIS supporters featured New York and Washington DC in propaganda threatening ‘retribution’ in the lead up to July 4 festivities.

In images spread online by ISIS extremists, jihadists were pictured in front of a mass of flames spreading from the White House.

Two M1A1 Abrams tanks and military vehicle on guarded rail cars in Washington, DC. President Trump asked the Pentagon for military hardware, including tanks, to be displayed during the 4th of July Salute To America on the National Mall

A city workers hangs US and District of Colombia flags on light poles along Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC ahead of the the festivities

One poster shows Donald Trump’s head superimposed on a orange jumpsuit with a jihadists standing behind him, as what appears to be Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament crumble in the background.

The words ‘soon’ an attack at ‘the doors of Europe’ and ‘harvest time’ were written on some the images.

Some threats referenced the Berlin attack in December 2016 as well as the Strasbourg Christmas market shooting last year.

July 4 is a significant date for ISIS as it was the day in 2014 when leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced the creation of the so-called caliphate at the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul.

ISIS has renewed calls for its supporters to launch attacks on the West, including Europe, Russia, the US and Australia, with low-tech methods such as using cars or trucks to drive at crowds.

This call to arms came as Islamic State was swept out of its lands in Iraq and Syria by Syrian Democratic Forces and Kurdish fighters in March.

Thousands of Americans celebrate the Annual Fourth of July Fireworks on Independence Day on the National Mall in Washington, DC

A senior FBI official recently testified to Congress that the bureau is currently tacking around 1,000 suspected ‘homegrown’ ISIS-inspired extremists who were radicalised by foreign groups.

Last month a the FBI foiled an attempted bomb plot by a Syrian refugee on a church in Pittsburgh.

Investigators claim he was planning an attack in the name of ISIS and was caught discussing the plot with an undercover agent.

However law enforcement agencies said there are no known plots picked up by intelligence services specifically aimed at July 4 events.

The FBI statement read: ‘We are unaware of any current plots specifically targeting such events.’

US federal agencies are also concerned about domestic terrorists and have urged law enforcement personnel to remain vigilant for suspicious activity, according to ABC News.
People fly into the air as a vehicle is driven into a group of protesters demonstrating against a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. James Fields was jailed for life over the attack

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