ISIS uses photos of Santa to threaten NYC for Christmas (see photos)

NOVEMBER 28, 2017

The world’s most notorious terror group, the Islamic State is threatening to carry out an attack on New York City this Christmas.  The threat was made by using a photo of Santa and Times Square.

The photoshopped image shows Santa Claus standing on a low roof next to a box of dynamite looking out over a crowd of shoppers in Times Square.  The photo was been released by the terrorist group Monday.

The photo includes a message: ‘We meet at Christmas in New York… soon’ in black on white.”

The NYC / Santa image is the latest propaganda image warning of attacks during Christmas time across Europe.

According to UK-based Metro, the terror group have been using encrypted communication channels to share posters of London’s Regent Street and Paris’ Eiffel Tower with images of jihadists and blood superimposed on them.

The pictures show a chilling message in English, French, and German stating: ‘Soon on your holidays’. Earlier this week, a propaganda poster emerged showing a terrorist in the Vatican with a rocket launcher. The message warned that ‘the crusaders’ feast is approaching’, suggesting they are planning to attack the Catholic church’s holy city.

Another was shared online showing a masked figure driving towards St Peter’s Basilica with a gun and a backpack inside his car, with the message ‘Christmas blood’ written in red underneath. The posters are a chilling reminder of the terror attack on a Berlin Christmas Market last year. On December 19, Tunisian asylum seeker Anis Amri drove a truck into the crowds at the Christmas Market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin Twelve people died, including the original driver of the truck who was shot by Amri when he hijacked the vehicle, and 56 others were injured.

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