The professionally-produced three minute clip begins with the slogan “kill them wherever you find them”, before cutting to footage of French president Francois Hollande speaking in the wake of last month’s terror attack in Nice.
The video then cuts to two smiling jihadis, identified as Abu Abdil Aziz Al-Jaza Iri and Abu Idris Al-Baljiki, and another unnamed fighter who shoots at a wall, telling viewers the bullets are “a gift for Francois Hollande”.
The slick video tells ISIS supporters who have not yet carried out an atrocity they should be “ashamed”, just days after men, women and children celebrating Bastille Day fireworks in the French city were mown down by a jihadi in a truck.
It says “you silence is killing you” – and urges jihadis living in French cities to “deliver” on their promise.
A portion of the video focuses on the Paris terror attacks last November, with a map highlighting the areas where jihadis opened fire or detonated bombs on innocent people atbar, restaurants, the Stade de France and the Bataclan Theatre.
In total, 130 people during the coordinated in Paris last winter. Eighty-four people died in Nice last week, although this figure could still rise with a number of victims still in a critical condition.
And at least 15 people were injured this week when an Afghan refugee carried out an axe attack on a train in Germany. The teenager was “self-radicalised”, according