By Sara Malm for Daily Mail
The poster shows President Trump on his knees in an orange jumpsuit with an ISIS fighter about to cut his throat, while the city of New York burns in the background.
It warns the U.S. that ‘war is not over, by the permission of Allah, you will be defeated’.
The poster, entitled ‘Be Patient America’, has been distributed on encrypted messaging app Telegram by pro-ISIS media.
The horrifying image is accompanied by a grammatically incorrect message, seemingly intended to spread fear and to flex what is currently the nigh-on nonexistent muscles of ISIS.
‘Be patient America, war is not over yet and you have not won. By the permission of Allah you will be defeated, just wait for it. Our swords are not broken, our arms are not tired, our passion did not fade away and we did not feel bored or weak!
‘But, by the grace of Allah we are much more stronger than we have been in the beginning of your war. With each passing day, we become stronger by the grace of Allah, and you become weaker.
‘We will walk with steady steps, but you are floundering in Trump’s failed plan.’
This is only the most recent threat on the U.S. President’s life, with another poster published two weeks ago depicting Trump’s execution with the city of Seattle in flames as a backdrop.
The image shows Trump handcuffed and on his knees with a gun pointed at his head, captioned: ‘Soon the calamities will be in your lands until it is filled with charred skulls.’
In recent months, posters such as these, which sees ISIS threatening attacks on the West, the World Cup and even the Vatican have become increasingly common, as ISIS desperately tries to portray an image of power.
ISIS’s propaganda wing is continuing to churn out threats despite the terrorist group suffering huge losses in Syria and Iraq.
As they continue to lose the small amount of territory they have left, ISIS is increasingly turning to lone-wolf supporters to take up their violent cause around the world.
The US military is closely watching ISIS in Syria and Iraq, where the militants have lost 98 per cent of the land they once held, according to the Pentagon.