ISIS issues terror threat ahead of FIFA World cup with disturbing picture of Ronaldo

ISIS issues terror threat ahead of FIFA World cup with disturbing picture of Ronaldo

- It has been a growing concern among football fans and world leaders about ISIS propaganda posters ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup

- ISIS has earlier released disturbing adulterated photos of Barcelona star Messi and PSG player Neymar

- Ronaldo has now become the latest victim of the sick ISIS propaganda

Days after Argentine skipper Lionel Messi and Brazilian ace Neymar were mocked up for a sick ISIS propaganda photo, Cristiano Ronaldo has been given similar treatment.

Previously, in an image made and distributed by the pro-IS Wafa Media Foundation, Barcelona star Messi appeared headless while Neymar was pictured on his knees crying.

That poster came just days after Argentine football chiefs held a meeting with the Russian ambassador over safety fears sparked by an Isis mock up of Messi crying blood.

Now the latest sickening mock up sees Portugal and Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo with a black eye and his hands tied behind his back on his knees in the foreground.

A masked executioner standing behind him holding up a knife, the pair atop rubble and broken bones.

"Our words are what you see NOT what you hear. So, just you wait. We are waiting too" reads the message on the poster.

It is one of a growing collection of images released in a shameful campaign by the Isis-affiliated group, who aim their output at Westerners.

Another image posted last week shows the World Cup symbol next to a masked man holding a sub machine with the text 'Wait for Us'.

They have swamped social media with an image of the rifle-carrying Jihadi and a bomb bearing the regime’s infamous black flag.

It stands in front of Volgograd Arena in Southern Russia football stadium, It appears to show a Russian jihadist, with many active in large swathes of Chechnya.

An official symbol of the finals is also included in the alarming promise to bring mayhem to the tournament.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be played across 11 cities in Russia from 14 June to 15 July, when the final will be played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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