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ISIS hand out sweets to children in sickening celebration of Paris terror attacks

ISIS hand out sweets to children in sickening celebration of Paris terror attacks

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ISIS fighters in Libya have been handing out tins of sweets to children and adults to celebrate the Paris terror attacks last month.

The sickening celebrations have been revealed in a new propaganda video, where two jihadis urge terrorists to carry out attacks in Paris, New York and Moscow.

The armed fighter also shows off his suicide vest to the camera and proudly grasps his AK-47 during the hate-filled video. The video emerged just hours after Britain voted to bomb ISIS in Syria.

Reading from a rough script, the fighter vows that ‘revenge has started’ and declares that ‘blood will flow’ in the West.

Determined to inspire lone wolf attacks in Europe and the Western world, the fighter refers to the November 13 attacks in Paris, declaring it just ‘the beginning.’

‘Tomorrow will be Washington. It will be New York and it will be Moscow,’ the aggressive fighter claims, brandishing his AK-47 at one point.

‘There will be no safety in this world from our guns and bullets and explosives. We will come to you,’ he says, making the point of grasping his bulky suicide belt strapped around his waist.

ISIS in Libya have continued to infect the region since the country descended into chaos after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi.

Since suffering the major blow of being driven out of eastern city of Dernah, ISIS militants in Libya have been strengthening their grip in the area surrounding their stronghold of Sirte.

Key oilfields near the town of Adjabiya appear to be the group’s latest targets as they look to shore up their finicial and strategic position in Libya.

Source: Daily Mail

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