Daily Mail Online, December 4, 2017.
ISIS has made another threat to Christmas shoppers in London with a menacing poster warning of an impending attack.
The poster, which as been published by a pro-ISIS media group, shows a jihadi draped in a bullet belt walking down Oxford Street underneath this year’s Christmas lights which currently hang above the central London road.
It carries the warning: ‘From now onwards we will go to attack them and they will not come to attack us.’
ISIS appears to be revving up their propaganda machine ahead of the holidays, producing a series of graphic posters threatening attacks in Europe and the United States.
Previous posters show Santa Claus kneeling before an ISIS executioner on London’s Regent Street, a jihadi with a bloody knife looking out over a Paris Christmas market, and Santa Claus standing next to a box of dynamite looking out over New York’s Times Square.
The first two images carried the message ‘Soon on your holidays’ in English, French, and German.
The latter had the words ‘We meet at Christmas in New York… soon,’ written across it in black on white.
Warning: The propaganda poster shows Santa Claus looking out over a crowd of shoppers with the words; ‘we meet at Christmas in New York… soon’.
One poster shows a jihadi with a bloody knife looking out over a Christmas market with the Eiffel Tower in the background and the message ‘soon in your holidays’
Also on Monday, ISIS issued another poster, this time threatening the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints….