23 Nov 2015

Islamic State Threatens To Attack Washington in Video

Islamic State Threatens To Attack Washington in Video
Islamic State Threatens To Attack Washington in Video 

ISIS warned in a new video Monday that the countries participating in airstrikes against Syria would suffer the same fate as France and threatening to attack Washington.

The video, which appeared on a site used by the Islamic State of posting his messages, begins with news images of the Paris fire on Friday where at least 129 people were killed.

The message to the countries involved in what he called the "crusader campaign" was given by a man dressed in fatigues and turbans and identified subtitles as Al Ghareeb Algeria.

"We say to the States participating in the Crusader campaign that, by God, you will one day, God willing, like France and by God because we hit France at the center of his home in Paris, then we swear we will strike America in its center in Washington, "said the man.

It was not immediately possible to verify the authenticity of the video, which is supposedly the work of the fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq Salahuddine province, north of Baghdad.

The French government has called the attacks in Paris, an act of war and said he would not end its air strikes against an Islamic state in Syria and Iraq.

The French warplanes their biggest raid in Syria, Sunday day targeting the stronghold of the Islamic state in the city of Raqqa. The operation was conducted in coordination with US forces.

Police raided homes of suspected Islamic militants across France overnight after the attacks in Paris.

"Al Ghareeb Algeria" has also warned Europe that are in the video announcing more attacks.

"I tell the countries of Europe that we have to come with traps and explosives, came with explosive belts and silent (gun) and you can not stop us because we are now much stronger than before "he said.

Apparently making reference to international negotiations to end the war in Syria, another man identified in the video as Al Iraqi Karrar said the French President Francois Hollande "we decided to negotiate with you in the trenches, not in hotels. "

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