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ISIS calls for lone-wolf World Cup attacks in Russia




ISIS fanatics have called for lone-wolf World Cup attacks in a chilling series of posters showing bomb blasts at venues in Russia.

One of the terror group’s mocked-up images shows flames engulfing a stadium and nearby facilities at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in the World Cup host city of Sochi, southern Russia.

Another calls for lone-wolf jihadists to ‘kill them all’ with the phrase written in French along with a picture of a knife slicing through a tournament logo against the backdrop of another Russian stadium. 

A third shows an armed militant with the caption ‘the terror will begin’ and a fourth uses a clip of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing to call for a lone-wolf attack at football’s showpiece contest, according to the respected SITE Intelligence Group which monitors terror activity.

It comes as the World Cup gets underway on Thursday afternoon with hosts Russia taking on Saudi Arabia in Moscow’s Luzhinki Stadium. 

ISIS fanatics have called for lone-wolf World Cup attacks in a chilling series posters showing bomb blasts at venues in Russia. One of the terror group's mocked-up images shows flames engulfing a stadium and nearby facilities at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi (pictured)

ISIS fanatics have called for lone-wolf World Cup attacks in a chilling series posters showing bomb blasts at venues in Russia. One of the terror group's mocked-up images shows flames engulfing a stadium and nearby facilities at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi (pictured)

ISIS fanatics have called for lone-wolf World Cup attacks in a chilling series posters showing bomb blasts at venues in Russia. One of the terror group’s mocked-up images shows flames engulfing a stadium and nearby facilities at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi (pictured)

Another calls for lone-wolf jihadists to 'kill them all' with the phrase written in French along with a picture of a knife slicing through a tournament logo against the backdrop of another Russian stadium

Another calls for lone-wolf jihadists to 'kill them all' with the phrase written in French along with a picture of a knife slicing through a tournament logo against the backdrop of another Russian stadium

Another calls for lone-wolf jihadists to ‘kill them all’ with the phrase written in French along with a picture of a knife slicing through a tournament logo against the backdrop of another Russian stadium

A third shows a masked militant carrying a machine gun along with the caption 'the terror will begin'

A third shows a masked militant carrying a machine gun along with the caption 'the terror will begin'

A third shows a masked militant carrying a machine gun along with the caption ‘the terror will begin’

The posters are the latest in a series of threats made against the tournament by the extremists.

In May, ISIS fanatics threatened to behead Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in sickening posters.

The two superstars were shown in a mocked-up image pinned down on the pitch in a packed stadium with knife-wielding jihadists hacking at their necks.

Above the picture, released on Telegram by a pro-ISIS group, a chilling caption warned ‘the ground will be filled with your blood’.

A second poster showed a militant carrying what appears to be an explosive device in to a stadium. It comes with the message: ‘Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 – victory will be ours’. 

A previous poster showed a terrorist armed with a gun and explosives near a football stadium in Russia along with the words: 'I swear that the Mujahideen's fire will burn you... just you wait'

A previous poster showed a terrorist armed with a gun and explosives near a football stadium in Russia along with the words: 'I swear that the Mujahideen's fire will burn you... just you wait'

A previous poster showed a terrorist armed with a gun and explosives near a football stadium in Russia along with the words: ‘I swear that the Mujahideen’s fire will burn you… just you wait’

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be played across 11 cities in Russia from today until July 15, when the final will be played at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Tens of thousands of England fans are expected to base themselves in St Petersburg for the month-long finals.

St Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city, was the scene of an horrific ISIS attack when a briefcase bomb detonated on the underground in April last year, killing 14 people.

The blast was in retaliation to Russia’s airstrikes in Syria that have helped bring the regime to its knees.

Thousands of Russians from mainly central Asia have travelled to the Middle East to fight for ISIS. Experts in Moscow believe around 2,400 joined the regime in 2015 alone. 










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Author: Nancy Parker

Nancy Parker is a five time Emmy Award winning journalist and seven time Emmy nominee who has spent almost twenty five years covering news in South Louisiana. She has anchored every prime time newscast at WVUE FOX8 during her twenty year tenure in New Orleans.

Nancy Parker
Nancy Parker is a five time Emmy Award winning journalist and seven time Emmy nominee who has spent almost twenty five years covering news in South Louisiana. She has anchored every prime time newscast at WVUE FOX8 during her twenty year tenure in New Orleans.
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