ISIS Threatens New York Terror Attack Following Paris Siege
The clip shows a would-be terrorist assembling a suicide bomb before strapping it to his waist mixed with scenes of Manhattan streets
A new ISIS video released today warns of an impending attack on New York.
The footage shows French President Francois Hollande declaring war on the terror group in the wake of the Paris attacks before then showing a suicide bomber.
The five-minute 41-second propaganda film shows a man assembling a suicide bomb before strapping it to his waist.
He is then seen zipping up a bomber jacket and showing the detonation device.
Bomb threat: The clip shows explosives being made
New York: The clip also shows scenes of Manhattan's Herald Square
As he walks away images of New York appear showing bustling Herald Square by Macy’s department store, TGI Fridays and Gap clothing.
It appears the footage relating to Manhattan may be old but has since been inter-weaved with recent film of President Hollande.
Following the film's release NYPD spokesman J. Peter Donald said, “There’s no specific or credible threats in the city of New York.”
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America has already been placed on high alert for terrorist threats after a spate of security scares including two flights to Paris being diverted by bomb threats, a Muslim family being ejected from a Baltimore plane and a bomb squad being called to a Chicago airport.