ISIS Just Made Massive Threats For Christmas – Is Your City Listed?

As the Christmas season continues to approach us in earnest, the religious realities of the holiday season are bringing ISIS to the forefront once again.

The caliphate organization has been steadily increasing the frequency of their attacks throughout Europe in recent months, simply due to the EU’s unbelievably shortsighted relaxation of border control policies in the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis.

Now, however, a perfect storm of radical Islamic rage is approaching as the Christian holiday season continues to loom in the foreground and the White House has consistently demonstrated their unwavering supports for the Israeli nation state in the oft-violent Middle East.

ISIS is responding in kind with a number of new threats to the world, specifically citing certain cities for their upcoming jihadist rage.

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“Islamic State terrorists have threatened a second Berlin Christmas attack, exactly one year after the first, as security service search for suspect connected to the terror group.

“The Islamic extremist group released online images and a propaganda video which also depicted London, New York, and Vienna, promising attacks ‘soon on your holidays… very soon,’ Kronen Zeitung reports.

“The image of Berlin shows an armed terrorist by the Brandenburg Gate with the words: ‘Berlin will burn.’

“Another edited image shows New York ablaze alongside the words: ‘We meet for Christmas in New York … soon’. Just days ago, an Islamic radical set a bomb off in the U.S. city.

“The attacker was identified as Islamic State ‘inspired’ 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi migrant living on Brooklyn. He had two explosive devices, one attached to his body. Luckily nobody was killed in the attack.

“Also this week, authorities in Berlin raided the homes of suspected Islamic State members, seizing evidence and data storage devices, the city’s public prosecutor’s office has said.”

The frequency of ISIS’ attacks have certainly increased in recent months, with many believing that their descent into Europe as the main cause of concern.

Now, however, as their religious fanaticism continues to be revealed by the caliphate’s actions, it has become rather apparent that the radical Islamic threat will be worldwide in the coming weeks.

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