A new Malay language video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Incite the Believers to the Fight 2” features the footage of the Secret Service rushing President-Elect Donald Trump off a Reno, Nevada rally stage after Austyn Crites was dubbed an “apparent threat.”
The video was released on ISIS terrorist channels on November 30. The footage of Trump comes at 2:30 after a segment about Asian world leaders participating in the American-led Operation Inherent Resolve, which is currently fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
The segment showing the Trump footage suggests that ISIS wants to put other world leaders in similar situations of perceived “assassination attempts.”
ISIS has been a growing threat in the thirteen thousand island nation of Indonesia where 87% of the population is adherent to Sunni Islam. It is the world’s largest Muslim population. ISIS is a Sunni Islam extremist organization.
On January 14 this year, seven were killed when 10 to 14 militants attacked a mall in the capital of Jakarta. CNN reports that ISIS later claimed responsibility and that the entire attack was orchestrated from ISIS headquarters in Raqqa, Syria.
ISIS has previously used Trump in its propaganda for recruitment purposes. When it became known that Trump would become the 45th President of the United States, ISIS celebrated that he would bring the “ruin of America.”