ISIS releases 'Flames of War' video threatening to attack US troops in Iraq

In light of US President Barack Obama's pledge to 'destroy' Sunni extremist group, ISIS, the terror group on Tuesday released a Hollywood-styled trailer which appears to warn of attacks against American force.

ISIS releases 'Flames of War' video threatening to attack US troops in Iraq

Washington: In light of US President Barack Obama's pledge to 'destroy' Sunni extremist group, ISIS, the terror group on Tuesday released a Hollywood-styled trailer which appears to warn of attacks against American force.

The 52-second video - another addition in the growing list propaganda videos - features slow-motion effects showing exploding tanks and attacks previously carried out by the militant group on American forces including a wounded serviceman being carried by American soldiers.

In the video, images of Obama and White House are shown in the dark and US soldiers being engulfed in flames. At the end of the video, “Flames of War: Fighting Has Just Begun” flashes on the screen, before it ends with the words “Coming Soon.”

The ISIS, richest terror group in history, has been releasing high quality videos with slick editing showing how it plans to wage war.

The latest video titled - Flames of War: Fighting Has Just Begun - comes just hours after Obama’s top military adviser said Tuesday that he would recommend deploying US forces in ground operations against Islamic extremists in Iraq if airstrikes proved insufficient.

However, Obama has stressed that there will be no American combat troops in Iraq.

The ISIS propaganda video was later removed by YouTube.

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