In another one of their ugly Islamist propaganda videos, ISIS threatened to behead President Obama at the White House. The new Islamic State video features a jihadist standing above a captured Kurdish soldier and threatening to turn the United States of America into a "Muslim Province."
The ISIS militant boasted, "Know, oh Obama, that we will reach America," in the Islamic State video. The jihadi fighter also threatened France with more death and destruction and promised similar terror attacks will occur in "its sister" nation, Belgium.
The Kurdish soldier is beheaded during the ISIS video. Before the man is executed by the Islamic State jihadist, the executioner adds, "Know also that we will cut off your head in the White House and turn America into a Muslim province. Every time you launch a missile, we will send you back the head of one of your soldiers. We advise you that we will come to you with car bombs and explosive charges and will cut off your heads."
The ISIS militant also issues threats to Kurdish leader Masoud Barazani in the video. "As for you, oh Masoud [Barazani] you dog, we are going to behead you and throw you into the trash bin of history. Know that we are men who fear no one. We will institute the laws of Allah, may [he] be exalted and praised."
When speaking to the Kurdish soldier about to be beheaded, the ISIS fighter says, "You are killing children and bombarding civilians while claiming that this is forbidden in your constitution. This is the fate of one of your soldiers."
The ISIS Obama beheading video was broadcast on Memri TV and was translated from Arabic before making worldwide headlines.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough sparked controversy when he "accidentally" released the name of a female American captive being held by ISIS. The American aid worker has been held by Islamic State militants since August 2013. The woman had been left unidentified for security reasons. ISIS captured the woman when she was working to help displaced individuals impacted by the war in Syria.
Islamic State militants demanded a $6 million ransom and the release of ISIS supporters in exchange for the female hostage. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough released the name of the ISIS female captive on live television on a Sunday news show.