ISIS threaten to bomb New York's subway in chilling poster showing a militant with sticks of dynamite at High Street Brooklyn Bridge Station

ISIS propaganda chiefs have issued a chilling threat to bring death and destruction to New York's subway.


The terror group has vowed to attack Paris and the World Cup finals in Russia in recent weeks as part of a global campaign of lone wolf strikes as it continues to lose territory in the Middle East.


In its latest warning, uploaded to militant Islamist messaging platforms, a man is pictured standing on the platform at New York's High Street - Brooklyn Bridge Station with explosives and a timer behind him.


ISIS propaganda chiefs have issued a chilling threat to bring death and destruction to New York's subway © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited ISIS propaganda chiefs have issued a chilling threat to bring death and destruction to New York's subway

ISIS propaganda chiefs have issued a chilling threat to bring death and destruction to New York's subway



The poster includes the threat: 'You will not expect where we will attack.' 


Last year extremists also threatened to attack the Queen and the Vatican City.


The group's propaganda wing – the Wafa Media Foundation - is continuing to churn out threats despite the so-called ISIS caliphate suffering huge losses in Syria and Iraq.


ISIS fanatics are increasingly turning to lone-wolf supporters to take up their violent cause around the world.


a group of people posing for the camera: World Cup target: An ISIS poster released earlier this month shows Russian President Vladimir Putin with a target aiming straight at him and a packed football arena in the background © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited World Cup target: An ISIS poster released earlier this month shows Russian President Vladimir Putin with a target aiming straight at him and a packed football arena in the background

World Cup target: An ISIS poster released earlier this month shows Russian President Vladimir Putin with a target aiming straight at him and a packed football arena in the background



'Wafa Media Foundation specialises in these types of graphics. Wafa's threat, like others recently issued by pro-ISIS media groups, is a specific attack directive within a larger push by ISIS for lone wolf attacks as it rapidly loses territory in Iraq and Syria,' said Rita Katz, director of the respected SITE Intelligence Group,


'Though these threats should be taken seriously, there is also a publicity element to pro-ISIS media groups' threats against places like the Vatican or events like 2018 FIFA World Cup.'