Pro-ISIS poster threatening World Cup terrorist attack depicts Lionel Messi crying blood

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“Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.” – Bill Shankly

Football the game that bonds the spirit of every people worldwide,the game which makes people forgot about their pain and sufferings.It is much more than a game for the human beings
but the dark dark shadow of terrorism is now trying to cast upon the biggest football festival in the world.ISIS released some pictures in the web which shows Russia 2018 world cup as their
primary target.Not only that the Shock poster of Lionel Messi crying blood used in chilling ISIS threat to World Cup finals.

The image – released by known Islamic State mouthpiece Wafa Media Foundation – is the latest propaganda piece designed to spread fear through fans hoping to visit the festival of football.

Coupled with the startling words ‘Just Terrorism’ and the tagline ‘You are fighting a state that does not have failure in it’s dictionary’ it shows the Barcelona legend wearing a prison suit, with his name printed on his chest.

The Arabic text mirrors what is said in English for maximum affect.

The terrorist organisation released more shocking images.

Another image posted last week shows the World Cup symbol next to a masked man holding a sub machine with the text ‘Wait for Us’.

They have swamped social media with an image of the rifle-carrying Jihadi and a bomb bearing the regime’s infamous black flag.It stands in front of Volgograd Arena in Southern Russia football stadium.

But it is the image of one of the world’s greatest players Messi which will send shivers down the spine of football fans.

It is impossible to tell how serious ISIS cells might be with their threats. The terrorist organization has also threatened terrorism at past soccer tournaments, including the 2016 European Championship and the 2017 Women’s European Championships, both of which went off without incident.

“We have taken into account the huge experience, accumulated by the National Anti-Terrorism Committee and the security organizations involved in providing security for the Sochi Olympic Games, the Kazan Universiade and other huge events,” Igor Kulyagin told Russian news agency TASS (via Russia Today). “Of course, special attention will be paid to providing anti-terrorism safeguards of the infrastructure that will be used for hosting the competition, such as the teams’ stadiums, accommodation units and training facilities.”

The World Cup, which will kick off June 14 and run through July 15, is scheduled to take place across 12 venues in 11 cities. The farthest east teams will have to travel will be to Yekaterinburg, which is located just east of the Ural Mountains on the Siberian border.