ISIS thugs have called on their supporters to launch attacks at the World Cup in chilling new online propaganda.
The terror group’s latest poster, showing a knife set on a red back ground in front of a football stadium in Russia, comes with a French caption translated as ‘Kill them all’.
It is the latest in a series of ISIS threats made against football’s showpiece tournament, which kicks off on June 14 in Moscow.
The poster was released by a French ISIS-linked group, according to SITE Intelligence, which monitors terror activity.
In April, ISIS warned Russian President Vladimir Putin he will ‘pay the price for killing Muslims’. The poster showed a jihadist emerging from an explosion and holding an AK-47 aloft, with a packed football arena in the background.
President Putin can be seen on the left of the image with a black and orange target aiming straight at him.
Across the poster is written; ‘Russia 2018. Putin you disbeliever. You will pay the price for killing Muslims.’
The threat is likely to be linked to Putin’s support for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in his government’s fight against ISIS – a battle also fought by U.S.-backed Kurdish forces and other rebel factions in Syria.