ISIS send out sickening threat to Messi & Ronaldo ahead of World Cup

Terrorist Group ISIS Threaten To Behead Ronaldo & Messi Ahead of 2018 World Cup in Russia

The new threat from the notorious outfit comes even as it has been urging "lone attackers" to strike during the tournament, according to The Sun.

The terror group ISIS has threatened, reportedly, to behead 2 famous football players in the current era - Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina's Lionel Messi - at the World Cup.

They also released a second photo that shows an ISIS fighter holding what appears to be a grenade inside a stadium, with the caption, "FIFA World Cup Russia 2018".

Now as we all know the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup is ready to held from 14 June to 15 July, but, a new threat, a rather risky one, looms over the quadrennial event surrounding in this football event reportedly.

The text on the mocked up picture they sent out shows Ronaldo and Messi pinned to the ground by masked jihadis in a packed football stadium and it reads, "The ground will be filled with your blood".

This latest threat was unearthed by cyber intelligence firm Sixgill, which keeps tabs on the terrorist group on the Internet, reports the UK's Mirror.

The terrorist group, earlier this month, made their call to supporters in different countries to pick up arms. previously reported that Argentina star Lionel Messi has been threatened ahead of this summer's World Cup by Islamic terrorist sect ISIS as they posted a picture of him being held captive by a jihadi.

Messi will wear the Argentina jersey and take the field for the first time against Iceland on June 16.



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