|Jin Tuliao |||Aug 19, 2014 05:06 AM EDT|
(Photo : Reuters) Iraqi security forces pull down a flag belonging to Sunni militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) threatened to attack the United States everywhere if U.S. security forces continue to launch air strikes against its militants, Reuters reported.
The terrorist group that seized large areas of Iraq posted a video that showed an image of an American executed during the initial war in Iraq with a written statement saying “we will drown all of you in blood”, some reports said.
Like Us on Facebook
According to Reuters, ISIS also warned the U.S. that it will wipe them off the map if any of its militants are killed as they escalate air strikes against U.S. targets.
ISIS's latest threat was released on the same day President Barack Obama held a press conference from the White House, reports confirmed.
Obama said that U.S security forces aid both Iraqi and Kurdish troops to reclaim the Mosul Dam that the militants seized. The U.S. military would continue to conduct air strikes and provide humanitarian support to the war victims, he added.
According to some reports, this is not the first time ISIS warned to attack the United States. Militants continuously berated the U.S. and said they will humiliate their security forces everywhere and will raise the flag of Allah in the white house.
In the recent interview of ISIS spokesman Abu Mosa with Vice Media, he confirmed that the Islamic Caliphate has already been established.
Some reports said Islamic State militants' focus is capturing land in Iraq and Syria for its self-proclaimed caliphate and not on staggering attacks on its Western targets.
ISIS sees conflict with the U.S. as inevitable, an American intelligence official declared. Because of the intense conflict between U.S security forces and Islamic militants, some terrorism experts and elected officials say that ISIS is becoming a greater danger to U.S.
©2015 Chinatopix All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission
There is a brewing battle between Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and the national regulator, the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC), over counterfeit goods sold ... Full Article
Former Entertainment Executive Accuses Bill Cosby of Sexual Assault
Emma Watson To Play Disney's New Belle In Live-Action Musical Adaptation Of "Beauty and the Beast'"
Joan Rivers' Daughter is Suing the NYC Clinic That Led to Her Death
Selena Gomez Fires Back At Miley Cyrus in New Instagram Pic
Is Alexander Skarsgård Dating Margot Robbie? Spotted PDA-ing at Sundance Film Festival