TERRORIST group Daesh have issued a video threatening future terror attacks on Spain, allegedly citing a return to Barcelona following last year’s attack in La Rambla.
The video message, picked up by cyber-analysts, reportedly claims the “cells are ready and the objectives are designed”.
The video has not yet been released to the public.
The video footage allegedly features segments of the attack on La Rambla in the Catalan capital in August 2017.
Cyber-analyst Carlos Seisdedos, who has allegedly had full access to the video, noted the message was recorded in “complete in Spanish” and considers the video a threat aimed at “Spain and Barcelona”.
The Daesh threat video reportedly lasts six minutes and features two tweets from the former Interior Minister, Juan Ignacio Zoido, in which he proclaimed the dismantling of terrorist cells in Spain.
According to Daesh, those detained were “innocent muslims who posed no threat.”
Daesh accuses Spain of “throwing flames” and increasing radicalism in the country.
The video, then allegedly announces that “very soon” there will be a “new attack in revenge of our sisters “.
The video threatens “we will attack when you least expect it” adding, “you will understand your mistake very soon”.
— Carlos Seisdedos (@CarloSeisdedos) December 10, 2018