A new ISIS video purports to show the nine people reportedly involved in the Paris terrorist attacks before they carried out the November mayhem that killed 130 people.
The suspects, including reported leader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, are said to be shown taking part in beheadings and target practice, The Guardian reported
The 18-minute video, titled "Kill Them Wherever You Find Them," begins with edited news clips of the Paris terrorist attacks and then identifies the nine people who allegedly carried them out, according to ABC News
. The news website noted that it’s not clear whether the people in the video are the same attackers previously identified in the media.
The gruesome footage also includes a purported audio message from Abaaoud: "We will not stop fighting you in every part of the world, regardless of whether you are on a tourism trip or a work trip, or are fast asleep in your homes. So expect more."
The ISIS Paris attacks video then appears to threaten an assault on the United Kingdom, according to The Guardian. It shows popular London sites, Prime Minister David Cameron, and Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow along with crosshair images over their faces.
Another attacker is seen picking up his victim’s head after a beheading, smiling, and saying, “Soon in Champs-Elysses,” the Daily Mail reported.
The fighters each make a statement in the video, cursing the West.
"We will make you taste terror, and you will taste it in your very stronghold," Abaaoud says in one statement, according to the Daily Mail. "By Allah, we will make rivers out of your blood on this day. We will fight you to the last man among us and there is nothing between us and you but the edge of the sword."
A United Kingdom government spokesman told The Guardian they are currently investigating the video.
"We are currently examining this latest Daesh propaganda video — another desperate move from an appalling terrorist group that is clearly in decline," the spokesman said.
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