ISIS Warns Nigeria, Others Ahead Of Wold Cup Outings

                    World Cup   Russia 2018

Nigeria’s Super Eagles and other teams heading to this year’s World Cup have been warned to expected attacks from Islamic State of Iran & Syria (ISIS) at the Mundial in Russia.

 Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) may have to take extra care in putting pre-emptive measures in place, after ISIS issued a new death threat to all World Cup superstars and supporters ahead of the showpiece in Russia next month.

 The group called on its supporters to launch attacks at the showpiece football tournament in a message on their latest poster comes just five weeks before the tournament kicks off 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”.

 It is the latest in a series of ISIS threats made against football’s showpiece tournament, which kicks off on June 14 in Moscow.

 The hateful poster was released by a French ISIS-linked group, according to global terror monitor SITE Intelligence.

 ISIS issues new death threat to World Cup stars and fans ISIS issues new death threat to World Cup stars and fans 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.

Across the poster is written: “Russia 2018. Putin World Cup 2018 you disbeliever you will pay for killing Muslim's.

The question now is this will football stars back out from attending the World Cup because of this threat.
May 6, 2018 12:14 PM

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