FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia: After Lionel Messi and Neymar, IS targets Cristiano Ronaldo

by BobbyT 0

Raising the security concerns to a whole new level by issuing threatening warnings on social media over the upcoming 2018 Russia World Cup, terror group Islamic State (IS) targeted global football stars Lionel Messi, Neymar and FIFA World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo by releasing some disturbing posters. These posters were made to threaten the football fanatics who will be travelling to Russia next summer to witness the biggest extravaganza of the beautiful game.The terror group have released posters of Barcelona star player Lionel Messi, PSG blockbuster summer signing Neymar and Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo where the players are having brutalized faces and hands tied at the back along with a disguised ISIS executioner.

According to SITE Intelligence Group, a Bethesda, Maryland-based company that tracks online activity of pro-terror organizations, the post is said to be released by WAFA’ Media Foundation, who strongly supports the ISIS terror group. The WAFA’ Media Foundation has used star players Lionel Messi and Neymar in one poster to threaten the upcoming FIFA World Cup that will be taking place in Russia next summer. As per reports, the former Barca mates Messi and Neymar were featured in this ISIS propaganda which is now buzzing the internet. The pro ISIS group while targeting the Argentine and Brazilian star players also shared a message which reads: “You are fighting a state that does not have failure in its dictionary”.

The Real Madrid record goal scorer who recently bagged the Fifa world player of the year award was their next target as the terror group uploaded their next poster including Cristiano Ronaldo in quite similar vogue. The Ronaldo poster made by the terror group supporters also features a wrecked FIFA World Cup Russia logo with text which says, “Our words are what you see NOT what you hear. So just wait, we are WAITING too”.


 

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