A SUPPORTER of ISIS has used the 9/11 anniversary to threaten attacks on “debauched” Britain in a chilling video.
The UK-based man who also pledges allegiance to the terror group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who himself appeared in a video after several years in hiding.
In a two-minute video posted on a pro-ISIS Telegram channel features the man with his face covered speaking in an English accent.
The post is captioned: “I Swear Allegiance to the Caliph. O Kuffar DIE IN YOUR RAGE. FROM BRITAIN.”
It has been circulated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), a Washington DC based organisation that monitor’s jihadi output.
The video begins with the man introducing himself as “the Eagle” and says he pledges allegiance to “Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, may his name strike terror into your hearts”.
“I have grew up amongst you, filthy salibiyeen [crusaders]. I learnt your culture, your ways of life, and your disgusting debauchery. I reject all of this,” he says.
“We love death as much as you love life, so therefore my allegiance is to the Islamic State. I have nothing for this country of Britain.
“I spit on your citizenship, your passport, you can go to hell with that. So be ready for we too are waiting. “May Allah give victory to the mujahideen.”
“May he grant them victory and destroy your idols and make us establish the sharia over your necks whether you like it or not, and may we destroy all of what you hold dear.”
The video was distributed on the pro-ISIS “Greenb1rds” Telegram group, which is dedicated to spreading incitement in English, by one of the group’s administrators who calls himself “Āl-Shāmī Jack”
MEMRI say the video itself was undated but was posted today.
It appears to have been filmed on a smartphone traffic sounds can be heard in the background.
Baghdadi remains one of world’s most wanted men and the US has put a $25 million price on his head.
After being repeatedly presumed dead, the depraved extremist re-emerged in video footage in April, 2019.
In February, 2019, it was reported that Al-Baghdadi was hiding out in deserts in eastern Syria after successfully fleeing an attempted coup from militants to seize control of ISIS.
ISIS was driven out of the last remaining area it controlled, in the town Baghouz, eastern Syria at the end of March, by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces.
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At the height of its power in mid-2014, ISIS had seized control of large parts of Syria and Iraq, declaring an Islamic “caliphate” and committing widespread atrocities.
The jihadis were only pushed back after multiple years of heavy fighting and a massive US air campaign.
Since its apparent defeat, fears have been raised it could stage a come back and US warplanes dropped 40 tons of bombs on ISIS targets in Iraq.
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