Isis release new video showing 'final battle with crusaders' in Rome

The video is titled 'Meeting at Dabiq', referring to the location of a supposed final battle between 'crusaders' and 'believers'

Samuel Osborne
Friday 11 December 2015 22:44
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An Isis drives towards the Colosseum in the group's latest propaganda video
An Isis drives towards the Colosseum in the group's latest propaganda video

Isis have released a new video showing its vision of the end of the world.

The video is titled "Meeting at Dabiq", referring to the location of a supposed final battle between "crusaders" and "believers" - which will result in the believers' victory and mark the beginning of the end of the world.

Digitally altered footage shows Isis tanks advancing towards the Colosseum in Rome. St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City is also seen in the video.

The video shows tanks displaying the black of Isis moving through the desert
Isis fighters are shown training in the desert

Isis fighters are shown with rocket-propelled grenade launchers and AK-47 assault rifles inside an armoured vehicle - in footage reportedly taken in Iraq.

They can later be seen training in the desert.

Isis militants inside an armoured vehicle
An Isis fighter poses with a light machine gun

Also shown is an Isis fighter with a light machine gun and ammo belts wrapped over his shoulders.

The terror group's last propaganda video showed child fighters murdering six prisoners in a twisted take on "hide and seek".

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