Manchester terror attack: Ariana Grande fans were killed, along with their parents
A sickening message is being circulated asking for lone wolf supporters to murder innocent people, like suicide bomber Salman Abedi did at Manchester Arena, Express.co.uk can reveal.
Girls as young as eight were targeted when the 22-year-old carried a bomb into the foyer after an Ariana Grande concert.
Warped ISIS jihadis are now telling its brainwashed followers to carry out attacks over the holy month of Ramadan, which starts tonight.
The first Friday of the month of fasting is considered the holiest.
In 2015, more than 400 people were killed in ISIS attacks in France, Kuwait, Syria, Somalia and Tunisia – all on the first Friday of Ramadan.
A vile message spreading online said jihadis must “never leave one metre without making it hell on earth for disbelievers”.
Britain’s trauma hospitals have been told to prepare for an attack this Bank Holiday weekend, after the terror threat was raised to critical meaning an attack is “imminent”.
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The army has been pulled in to defend the streets with police, and armed officers will patrol Britain’s trains for the first time.
Police are also on increased patrols, implementing anti-terror powers to carry out more stop and searches.
No specific threat has been identified, but intelligence sources believe Abedi was part of a wider ISIS network and had enough chemicals in his flat to build another explosive device.
The new video, which Express.co.uk has chosen not to show, told ISIS fanatics to “wait and hide for them in houses, corners, roads” and carry out murders.
Their aim was to make Britons “forget their luxurious life”.
The message finished: “God bless you.”
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Open the door of jihad in their faces
The message specifically called for attacks in the US, Russia and across Europe, including Britain.
Among the top targets for the attacks, according to the message are “soldiers”, “the princes” and “ministers”.
Deluded fanboys of ISIS leader Abu Bakr-al Baghdadi called Ramadan the “month of jihad”.
A 12-minute rambling video delivers the message in Arabic with an English translation.
Express.co.uk has chosen not to reveal the location of the message, which also talks about immigration.
It claims “the tyrants on the island” have closed the door on immigration so should have the “door of Jihad opened in their faces”.
The twisted ISIS message says attacks on innocent children like the one in Manchester are “beloved”.
During the message the Koran is quoted and suicide bombers were told to carry out plans now.
Terror cells are told to “terrorise” the west until the point neighbours turn on each other.
But a show of unity in Manchester has inspired the globe, with thousands turning out to memorials and vigils to pay their respects.
A minute’s silence across the country ended in applause in Manchester yesterday. And in St Ann’s Square in the city, a chorus of Oasis song Don’t Look Back in Anger spontaneously began.
Arrests are being carried out across Britain after the Manchester bombing as police fear further attacks and armed soldiers are placed on the streets.