ISIS warlords have drawn up a hit list of more than 8,700 people urging their brain-washed followers to “kill them wherever you find them.”
The pro-Isis United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group has released a video message threatening the US, President Trump, Brits and thousands of others.
It threatens the imminent release of a ‘kill list’ of 8,786 names and addresses, commanding ‘lone wolf’ attackers to track down and kill those named.
Included on the sick tally are believed to be well known politicians, celebrities, religious leaders and muslims who have spoken out against the terror group in the UK, the US, Canada and Afghanistan.
Worryingly the message pledges to release the home addresses of those it wants wiped off the the face of the earth.
The chilling message reads: “We have a message to the people of the US and most importantly your President Trump.
“Know that we continue to wage war against you. Know that your counter attacks only make us stronger. The UCC will start a new step in this war against you. So expect us soon Insha Allah!
“We will release as list with over 8,000 names, addresses and email addresses of those who fight against us. Kill them wherever you find them.”
Former FBI agent-turned lawyer Stuart Kaplan warned earlier this year that ‘kill lists’ intend to inspire lone gunmen into carrying out attacks.
He also warned that there is often little authorities can do to protect those on the list.
Kaplan told news channel CBS12: “If in fact a sympathiser gets hold of this list and is readily able to identify you as being his neighbour and, then, decides to go out and do something horrific to you, there is no way to calculate the potential or to prevent that.”
Isis reportedly used a secretive messaging site asking ‘lone wolf’ terrorists to target London just weeks before the Westminster attack.
An image of an Isis fighter resembling executioner Jihadi John wielding a sword in front of Big Ben was sent in a message on Telegram.
And in December, ISIS fanatics promised to launch terror attacks during New Year celebrations in western cities.
Sick social media posts claimed that ‘bombings and trampling attacks’ would cause ‘mayhem’ at end of year parties.
Another message showed Santa Claus being chased by a knife-wielding extremist along with a caption promising attacks on ‘disbelieving dogs’ during the Christmas holidays.
One of the New Year posts included the caption: “Your celebrations have become a battlefield and a fighting area. So, wait for us.”
The shocking new terror video was tracked down by the SITE Intelligence Group, a world leading non-governmental counter-terrorism organisation.
The organisation has tracked and analysed global terrorism and jihadi networks for nearly two decades, and is well-recognised as one of the most knowledgeable and reliable experts in the field.