The video begins with a river of blood pooling and dripping off a wooden table filled with stacks of American money, guns, knives and bullets.
It’s ripped from a video game, as betrayed by the name of a video game designer with a U.S. company carved in the wood of the animated table.
The video is titled “A message to the Western Kafir [Disbelievers] from the Supporters of the Caliphate.” It’s narrated in English and subtitled in Arabic, and was posted on YouTube and other file-sharing sites.
It included Defense Department footage related to strikes on the Islamic State and news footage of ISIS attacks.
“To you western Kafir, you that meant to fight Islam,” the narrator warns, “vengeance is coming” against the “new crusaders,” and “it will be welcomed by Allah’s permission.”
The video threatens to “rip your cross,” showing video of ISIS members tearing down church crosses in the territory occupied by the Islamic State.
“So we will invade London, Brussels and Berlin, like we did in Paris before,” the narrator warns, adding “supporters of the Islamic caliphate state are determined that their [inaudible] will be at the earliest time.”
“We will come to you and terrify you everywhere,” he says. “We will come after you from where you don’t expect” and “fill your streets with blood.”
Another ISIS video released after the Brussels attacks features a Belgian jihadist speaking in French from Mosul.
Abu Abdullah al-Beljiki warns “this is just the beginning of your nightmare” while boasting that “after New York and Paris, we give you the new 9/11.”
That video features news footage of the Brussels attack along with stock graphics used in previous ISIS videos, including a composite image of a downcast President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden.
It also include four scenes in which a map of Belgium exploded.