Video released by terror group features man named Abu Hamza al-Amriki
Speaking in English, he calls for attacks on non-believers on US soil
Footage also shows US landmarks including Times Square, Las Vegas and Washington banks
He urges viewers to attack Americans with knives, cars or push them off buildings
A chilling new video showing an ISIS fighter who appears to be American calling for terror attacks on US soil has been released by the terror group.
He calls on lone wolf supporters to ‘liberate’ themselves by killing those who reject Islam by stabbing them, throwing them off buildings and driving cars into citizens.
The clip also shows footage of a weapons cache, including drones, as well as pictures of locations in the US such as Times Square, the Las Vegas strip and the banks in Washington, which could represent targets.
It features a man identified by the terror group as Abu Hamza al-Amriki – al-Amriki meaning ‘The American’.
In the video, believed to have been made in Mosul, he is seen stating in English: ‘America today is the one carrying the banner of the cross and waging war against Muslims.
‘It openly declares that its goal to wipe out Islamic State. May they fail and lose.’
He describes air strikes against ISIS targets as ‘savage’ saying thousands of women and children had been killed by US forces.
‘Does it not pain you that your brothers, their honor has been violated and their bodies torn apart?
‘Are you incapable of stabbing a (non believer) with a knife or throwing him off of a building or running him over with a car?
‘Liberate yourself from hellfire by killing a (non believer). A (non believer) and his killer will not be joined together in hellfire’
He was shown showing off a cache of weapons, including rocket launchers and projectile missile launchers, which he claimed were US-manufactured.
‘This demonstrates the stupidity and foolishness of the (Americans),’ he said.
Although his face is uncovered, the ISIS member
The video also features ISIS recruits from Belgium, Russia, Britain and Canada.
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