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Santa Jihad: ISIS posts chilling pic of Santa with box of dynamite in NYC’s Times Square – ‘WE MEET AT CHRISTMAS SOON’

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Published on: November 28, 2017

And remember, because I report on the ongoing on the West, I have been declared,: “American blogger Pamela Geller named as world’s top Islamophobe”

Uh huh. That’s how the West responds. Meanwhile, long time great Western mores and traditions like Christmas markets (this year the Champs-Elysees), Christmas festivals, New Year’s Eve festivities etc.

There are travel advisories for tourists,  warning them to be “vigilant” as they attend the seasonal events across Europe this year. But I am the bad guy as Muslims target me for a bloody death in the cause of Allah. I am the problem because I expose the threat. Read FATWA: Hunted in America. 

The travel warning reads: “There may be increased security in place over the Christmas and New Year period, including at Christmas markets and other major events that might attract large crowds. You should be vigilant and follow the advice of local authorities.”

Those traveling to countries including Germany, France, Switzerland and Sweden have been given the advice.

The only time more terrifying for Christians in Muslim countries than Christmas (and increasingly the West), is Ramadan.

ISIS Muslim fighters are sharing a disturbing propaganda image threatening an attack on New York at Christmas time.

The image shows Santa Claus standing on a low roof next to a box of dynamite looking out over a crowd of shoppers in Times Square.

The poster has the words ‘We meet at Christmas in New York… soon,’ written across it in black on white.


The caption alongside Father Christmas lurking ominously over the street reads: ‘We meet at Christmas’

Isis has threatened to attack Christmas markets in a sick message to followers ahead of the festive season.

Sick propaganda from the terror group shows a hooded figure looming over Santa Claus with London’s Regent Street, illuminated by Christmas lights, in the background.

The caption, which is written in English, French and German, reads: ‘Soon on your holidays.’

It is feared the image, obtained by The Epoch Times, is a call to action for followers of the terror group to carry out an Isis-inspired attack in Europe.

The disturbing image, which echoes previous Isis propaganda of using western values in pictures, was posted in a group chat of terrorists.

Isis threatens attacks on Christmas markets with sick Santa Claus propaganda

Twelve people died when a truck plowed into a Christmas market in Germany last year

Isis threatens attacks on Christmas markets with sick Santa Claus propaganda

It is feared the post is a call to action for terrorist supporters to carry out an attack

It was posted by a user known only as Dr Almani, and could refer to a now-banned Twitter account that used the name.

Intelligence company BlackOps Cyber obtained the sick image.

It comes after six Syrian men were arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terror attack at a Christmas market.

Last December, a terrorist drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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