ISIS Jihadist Addresses President Trump in New Video: ‘We will slaughter you in your own houses!’

An ISIS fighter with a ‘British’ accent has released a video proclaiming new attacks on the West by the terror organization.

The young terrorist is staring straight at the camera, jabbing his finger into the lens while holding a knife and reveals where the terror network is planning their next attack.

The video is believed to have been filmed in the Syrian city of Raqqa, Islamic State’s self-declared ‘capital’, during the recent battles between ISIS jihadists and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

The ISIS thug addresses the U.S. President directly, calling him ‘the new pharaoh’.

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‘This is a message to the new pharaoh of today, Donald Trump!

‘You may have your eyes on Raqqa and Mosul but we have our eyes on Constantinople and Rome,’ he adds, using the pre-20th Century name for the Turkish capital of Istanbul.

‘Bi Idhn Allah, Bi Idhn Allah [with Allah’s permission]. We will slaughter you in your own houses.’

A Kurdish spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition said today that SDF fighters are on the verge of seizing full control of the southern neighborhoods of Raqqa, making ‘consistent gains’ every day.

The SDF launched the U.S.-backed campaign to seize Raqqa in early June, with SDF fighter advancing from the east and the west now only separated by a few streets as fighting continued.

Full control of the southern districts would sever Islamic State’s last remaining path to the Euphrates River which is to the south of the city.

Daily Mail

‘There is a fierce resistance from Daesh [ISIS], so we can’t determine when exactly we’ll take (full control). Around 90 percent of the southern neighborhoods are liberated,’ the official added.


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