Isis CrucifixProduced by war experts, it reveals where the murderous maniacs have hit – and also where their deadly attacks have been thwarted. But could Islamic State (ISIS) be plotting a bloody crucifix in the heart of Europe as a macabre symbol of their holy war? And does the terror group, as some claim, hope to bring about the nightmarish coming of the Anti-Christ? Both the Old Testamnet of the Bible and the Koran refer to an evil being appearing at the end of the world – which ISIS believe is in the next few years. According to the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), who produced the attack map, ISIS will likely ramp up its war on Europe – including Britain. What’s even more terrifying is that the leaders of the ruthless and psychotic terror group seem to bent on bringing about the end of the world in a final battle in Rome and the Vatican City. ISIS, also known as Daesh, fantasise about a brutal and bloody end with an Armageddon involving jihadist and “infidel” armies in the heart of Europe. In recent months the group have been pumping out slickly made propaganda videos pinpointing Rome as the spot for the last battle against “crusaders”. And guess what Islam, or rather ISIS, wins. In its latest, most frightening video so far, tanks belonging to the terrorist nut-jobs are seen advancing on a crumbling Colosseum. The disturbing new footage called “Meeting at Dabiq” reveals a creepy apocalyptic vision of the last days of Earth. Shots show an eerie St Peter’s Basilica, the papal enclave within the Vatican City, bathed in an orange light and accompanied by chilling music. The video’s narrator then apparently claims ISIS will take over Rome, destroying crucifixes and taking Christian women as slaves.

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