Monday, 5 June 2017

ISIS celebrates deaths of seven killed in London Bridge attack with sick posts vowing more terror (photos)

Twisted ISIS militants have praised the London Bridge attackers who murdered seven innocent civilians and wounded 48 more on Saturday.
Dozens of images have appeared on anonymous messaging channels with links to the terror group celebrating the slaughter and vowing to carry out more attacks.
While ISIS has not claimed responsibility for the atrocity, fighters had been calling for vehicle and knife attacks targeting the West to take place during Ramadan.
ISIS terrorists have celebrated the attack in London bridge which killed seven people and left 21 in critical condition on Saturday night
ISIS terrorists have celebrated the attack in London bridge which killed seven people and left 21 in critical condition on Saturday night
Anonymous messaging accounts with links to the group began posting images celebrating the slaughter on Sunday as police hunted for accomplices
Anonymous messaging accounts with links to the group began posting images celebrating the slaughter on Sunday as police hunted for accomplices
Three jihadis ran down 20 people on London Bridge shortly after 10pm before going on a knife rampage through Borough Market, stabbing strangers at random.
Police eventually shot the men, who were wearing fake suicide vests, dead outside the Wheatsheaf pub.

One message contained the faces of jihadi fighters killed during other terror attacks in Europe, with a message which said: 'Let Paris be a lesson for those nations who wish to take heed'.
The caption reads: 'Crusading Brits now living in a state of terror and fear! Where is your great Kingdom now?'
ISIS commonly refers to Western nations involved in conflicts in the Middle East as 'crusaders'.
While ISIS has not claimed responsbility for the attack, the group has been calling for knife and vehicle attacks during the month of Ramadan
While ISIS has not claimed responsbility for the attack, the group has been calling for knife and vehicle attacks during the month of Ramadan
Fighters also recalled the Manchester attack which happened less than two weeks before the London Bridge atrocity, as they celebrated the slaughter
Fighters also recalled the Manchester attack which happened less than two weeks before the London Bridge atrocity, as they celebrated the slaughter
Others said the attacks represented 'the black days we've promised'.
Yet more accounts posted images encouraging further attacks, telling extremists 'do your jihad even while you are in Europe'.
Another fighter vowed 'we will continue to terrorise you and ruin your lives.
The jihadi wrote: 'Today we fight you on our land, and tomorrow on your land, by Allah's permission.
'Soon, the vehicle attacks will be witnessed on your streets, by Allah's permission.'
Police have arrested 12 people over the terror attack at a flat in Barking as they hunted for the identities of the killers.
At least one of the dead attackers is believed to have lived in a ground-floor flat inside the building.
Meanwhile NHS England has said 21 people are in critical condition in hospital. 

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