FOX NEWS LATINO — Islamic State terrorists on Tuesday warned that more attacks are on the way against European countries as well the United States, and they also issued for the first time a Spanish-language warning.
In a statement issued by the Wafa Media Foundation, a pro ISIS group and signed by Abu Al-Baraa Ibn Malik, the group warned that citizens of Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries are among its next potential targets. According to the message, it was a response to recent bombings in Syria and Iraq.
“We are going to kill any Spanish infidel ‘innocent’ if we find them in Muslim lands, and if we do not achieve it in our lands, remember that men and women who follow our message [are] citizens of Spain and all Spanish-speaking countries,” the statement, which had a number of grammatical errors, read, according to Tiempo de San Juan.
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