Christmas terror threats against four cities


Terrorists vow to hit Berlin, Vienna, London, New York

Authorities in Berlin are bracing for a second terrorist arrack on the Berlin Christmas market on the anniversary of last year’s bloodshed that killed 12 people and injured another 56.

The Islamic extremist group posted images and a propaganda video online vowing to unleash horror in Berlin, Vienna, London and New York during the Christmas holidays.


The Berlin Christmas slaughter occurred on Dec. 19, 2016 when a Tunisian ‘asylum seeker’ drove his truck into the crowd at the market next to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church at Breitscheidplatz.

The driver of the truck was shot dead in the vehicle, and the lead terrorist was killed four days later in a shootout with police in Milan.