DIDIER DESCHAMPS has been labelled as an ‘Enemy of Allah’ by ISIS in a sick picture showing the French boss as a prisoner with a gun to his head.
The image – released by Wafa Media Foundation – comes days after the same mouthpiece shared a photo of Barcelona star Lionel Messi crying blood from behind bars.
And now comes yet another piece of propaganda ahead of the World Cup in Russia next summer, as ISIS promise to inflict further bloodshed.
In the photo, Deschamps is seen wearing an orange jumpsuit, with his hands chained together, as a terrorist stands behind him.
While they also had a stern message for fans around the world as they look to install terror and fear into the public.
The caption said: “We will continue to terrorize (sic) you and ruin your lives.”
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It is not clear why Deschamps has been used in the mock-up image, but France has been rocked by a number of incidents in the country in recent times.
Only last year was there a lorry attack on a Nice square that killed 86 people, while in November 2015, there were a series of coordinated attacks, including suicide bombers outside Stade de France, mass shootings at restaurants and gunmen inside the Bataclan theatre.
That one night saw 137 people left dead.
Only earlier this week did ISIS use global icon Messi as a figure to spread their message, where they said: “You are fighting a state that does not have failure in it’s dictionary,” coupled with the words “Just Terrorism.”
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And only recently was there another mocked-up picture that showed the 2018 World Cup logo, with an armed jihadi posing beside it, swearing there will be attacks in Russia.
Accompanied were the words “Wait for us” in Arabic, but there was also yet another propaganda photo from ISIS that promised attacks at next years event.
As an armed fighter looks over Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium – the ground the final will be played at on July 15 – the message reads: “O enemies of Allah in Russia, I Swear that Mujahideen’s fire will burn you. Just you wait…”
The World Cup will be played across 11 cities next summer, with the tournament starting on June 14.
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