The terror group has released the chilling new threat ahead of the tournament in Russia next month
ISIS has threatened to behead Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at the World Cup in chilling mocked up photos.
The barbarous terror group is repeating calls for “lone attackers” to strike ahead of the tournament in Russia next month.
ISIS have released a chilling photo threatening Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi
They have already made a number of sickening threats as they lose ground in Syria and Iraq but have ramped up the violence in their latest campaign.
Sickening mocked up photos show Ronaldo and Messi pinned to the
guround by masked jihadis in a packed football stadium.
The vile picture, captioned “Your blood will fill the ground” shows the extremists hacking at the footballers’s heads.
The latest threat was revealed by cyber intelligence firm Sixgill, which monitors ISIS chatter, according to the Mirror.
It was released yesterday on Telegram by a pro-ISIS group.
The merciless death group earlier this month called on its supporters to launch attacks at the showpiece football tournament, which kicks off in Russia next month.
They made their call to arms on a sickening online propaganda poster showing a knife slashing the World Cup logo with a French caption translated as “kill them all”.
A previous poster released by ISIS as the tournament prepares to get underway
Previously, ISIS warned Vladimir Putin he will “pay the price for killing Muslims” in a poster showing a jihadist holding an AK-47 inside a packed football arena.
The threat was thought to be linked to Russia’s military support for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in his fight against ISIS.
In March, ISIS targeted Messi for the first time in posters showing him kneeling next to a jihadist and banged up behind bars.
Russian security services are on high alert for an ISIS-inspired attack on the tournament.
Last month Moscow revealed it had killed 11 Jihadists as they try to stamp out extremism ahead of the month-long showpiece.
The FSB security service has indicated terrorism is the main threat to the World Cup.
“Guns, bullets, knives and grenades were discovered at the scene,” said a statement from the Russian Investigative Committee, which probes serious crime.