ISIS Releases New Propaganda Video Threatening to Attack Washington

November 16, 2015 Officers from the Department of Homeland Security patrolling Union Station, in Washington, D.C.
November 16, 2015 Officers from the Department of Homeland Security patrolling Union Station, in Washington, D.C.
November 16, 2015 Officers from the Department of Homeland Security patrolling Union Station, in Washington, D.C.

17th November 2015, Islamic State which claimed responsibility of Paris multiple attacks has released a new propaganda video threatening to conduct attacks in the U.S. capital.

The video message, which appeared online early today (17th November 2015), was delivered by a man dressed in fatigues and a turban identified as Al Ghareeb the Algerian.

Their new releases comes after CIA Director John Brennan warned Europe countries of possible ISIS attacks in the coming days citing the France carnage might just be the start.

The CIA chief also warned United State to remain vigilant saying the multiple attacks in Paris should serve as a wake-up call for Americans.

“It’s not just Europe. I think us here in the United States need to be obviously quite vigilant,” Brennan made the remarks at the Center for Strategic and International Studies Global Security Forum. “Their agenda is to kill. Pure and simple,” he added.

In the light of the recent attacks, U.S. has revamped heavy security across the country. Heavy police presence has been felt in crowded famous places such as Times Square. U.S. Park Police have also increased patrols to protect “treasured icons.”

The ISIS threat video is directed to the US and its allies in the coalition involved in the anti-ISIS campaigns in Iraq and Syria.

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