Bill O'Reilly: US Military alarmed that ISIS Fighters will Reach US Borders anytime

 
By Bill O'Reilly Published December 1st, 2015 FoxNews

 

US army is getting prepared for what could be "The End of America". Massive round of terror attacks and there is a very alarming chance that they could be on US soil already planning their attacks. They're here in masses and the goverment cannot protect you. Bill O'Reilly shows you what you must do to protect your family from this terrorist threat.

The video features two suspected ISIS fighters threatening to blow up the White House and launch more attacks on Paris. One fighter mentions a "conquest of Rome."

The Vatican's St. Peter's Square was recently featured on the cover of the terror group's online magazine.

Italy has responded to the video and magazine by beefing up security in Rome and the Vatican, with 1,000 members of the army being deployed around the country.

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The U.S. Embassy in Rome is urging Americans visiting Italy to remain vigilant and aware of their surroundings amid the latest ISIS threats. It warns that St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, as well as Milan's Duomo and La Scala, could be terrorist targets.

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The Embassy warns that "general" venues such as houses of worship, restaurants, theaters and hotels in Rome and Milan could be targeted.

The video is the latest to be released in what has become an almost daily occurrence for ISIS, which has taken responsibility for last week's Paris terror attacks, the downing of a Russian passenger jet in Egypt and a pair of suicide bombings in Beirut.

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Wednesday, the terror group released a video warning of an impending attack on New York City.

The video mentions Times Square and purports to show an explosive device being put together and a bomber zipping his jacket over a suicide belt.

The New York City Police Department said it was aware of the video and was deploying additional members of its new anti-terrorism squad out of an abundance of caution.

"While some of the video footage is not new, the video reaffirms the message that New York City remains a top terrorist target," the statement said. "While there is no current or specific threat to the city at this time, we will remain at a heightened state of vigilance and will continue to work with the FBI, the Joint Terrorism Task Force and the entire intelligence community to keep the city of New York safe."