Sara Malm wrote for the MailOnline, February 15, 2019, an article entitled “ISIS fanatics call for lone-wolf attacks in Paris in a poster showing the Eiffel Tower up in flames,” in which she notes:
“ISIS fanatics are calling for so-called ‘lone wolf’ attacks to be carried out in France, using a digitally manipulated image of the Eiffel Tower in Paris going up in flames.
It also shows the black and white flag of the Islamic State flying from the iconic landmark, as another strike is launched on a building nearby.
Supporters of the Islamist terror network have been known to release similar posters in the past, often using images of major Western cities such as New York and London.
They are often shared on encrypted messaging apps such as Telegram, to ‘inspire’ extremists to carry out terror attacks.
On Monday, the same group issued a poster depicting an artillery strike on the White House in Washington DC, the Colosseum in Rome and Egypt’s famous pyramids, threatening to ‘demolish thrones’.
On New Year’s Day, they published a chilling poster showing a jihadist with a sniper rifle looking out over New York, and another of a hooded fanatic standing in a crowd in London.
In the image of London, blood can be seen on Big Ben while other buildings burn in the background.
A jihadist with his face hidden holds a finger to his lips next to a caption saying: ‘Welcome to bloody years – The lone wolf action’….”
source: Sara Malm, MailOnline