State has released a new 17-minute video featuring the Paris
attackers apparently participating in gruesome murders somewhere in
an undisclosed desert location before they infiltrated the EU and
subsequently conducted attacks in the French capital.
the video is yet to be authenticated, the footage uploaded to Islamic
State’s official Telegram messaging service account shows Islamic
State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) extremists wearing camouflaged
outfits, sending out chilling warnings to EU heads of state for their
countries’ actions in the Middle East.
new video shows four Belgians, three French citizens and two Iraqis
believed to be responsible for the attacks in Paris. The video opens
with the message of what is said to be the final words of the
attackers, who were mobilized to carry out terror acts in
graphic video features beheadings and a firing squad execution, in
which the attackers take part. Bilal Hadfi, who was killed
during the Paris attacks is apparently responsible for one of the
beheadings. The video also allegedly features one of the Bataclan
theater attackers and a suicide bomber Omar Ismail Mostefai, named in
the video as Abu Rayyan Al-Faransi.
also includes a voiceover of the Belgian-Moroccan terrorist
Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged ringleader of the Paris attacks on
November 13, who died during a police raid on an apartment in
the chilling messages, the footage also shows news coverage and CCTV
footage of the Paris coordinated attacks that killed 130 people and
wounded hundreds of others.
in French and Arabic, the video claims to be a message addressed to
all the countries, which due their policies decided to engage in
battle against the terror organization in Syria and Iraq. The clip
features bulls eye graphics placed over photographs of world leaders
including French president Francois Hollande and UK Prime Minister
David Cameron with a target pointed directly at his head.
video concludes with text over Cameron’s image, that threatens
death to all non-believers who stand against the self-proclaimed
French Foreign Ministry declined to comment on the video, after
Reuter's request. The UK Prime Minister's office or the Interior
Ministry is also yet to comment on the footage. However Laith
Alkhouri of Flashpoint Global Partners, which monitors militants’
social media activity, told Reuters that the “video
meets all the right criteria of an authentic and official ISIS