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ISIS releases chilling poster before World Cup 2018, features Messi's picture

ISIS releases chilling poster before World Cup 2018, features Messi's picture

| @indiablooms | 25 Oct 2017, 06:17 pm
New York, Oct 25 (IBNS): As the world is gearing up for World Cup football even next year, ISIS militant group has released a poser, which might seem, to be a threat of creating an unsafe atmosphere for the tournament.

The poster features a chilling image of Argentina's soccer icon Lionel Messi crying blood.

He could also be spotted standing behind the bars.

The poster was reportedly published by Wafa Media Foundation.

Sharing the poster, think tank SITE Intelligence Group tweeted: "Pro-#ISIS media unit Wafa' Foundation continues to threaten 2018 FIFA #WorldCup, this time using an image of #LionelMessi in a prison outfit."

Russia will host the showpiece tournament next year.

image: SITE Intel Group Twitter page

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