ISIS 'planning series of coordinated attacks in European cities', declares war on Saudi Arabia
ISIS are threatening coordinated attacks across multiple European cities, a former militant who escaped from the terror group has revealed.
The former Islamic State fighter - called Harry S - recently escaped from the group in Syria and is now being questioned by the authorities in Germany.
He says, along with other fighters, he was asked if he would “bring jihad to their homeland”.
Worryingly, as reported by Der Spiegel, he told police: “”They want something that happens everywhere at the same time.
"All you need is to take a big knife, and go down to the streets and slighter every infidel you encounter.”
ISIS yesterday declared war on Saudi Arabia, after the Middle East's wealthiest nation claimed to have formed a 34-bloc military task force aimed at destroying the cult.
A gruesome new execution video purportedly released by ISIS features various jihadists accusing the Arab state of joining a coalition with "crusaders".
Over images of galloping horses interspersed with brutal killings and gunfights, soldiers repeatedly call for Saudi Arabia to come and fight them in Syria.
The end of the clip shows a man in a blue jumpsuit - alleged to be a Saudi 'collaborator" - being shot in the face.