ISIS has released chilling new footage depicting its apocalyptic vision of the end of the world.
It has titled the video 'Meeting at Dabiq' which refers to the location of a final battle between the 'Crusaders' and the 'Believers'.
The video also shows an ISIS 'armoured unit' advancing towards the Colosseum in reference to the 'armies of Rome'.
In the footage the terrorist organisation shows a dead fighter being kissed by his comrades, a Jihadi on horseback trying to look like a honourable soldier and groups of men with the majority too scared to show their faces to the camera.
The propaganda video then shows a convoy of cars driving at sunset, before switching to a man raising the black and white flag of ISIS.
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It then moves on to show the ISIS flag over Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Iraq before parading the flags of the countries it has decided, ISIS is at war with.
The British flag is one of 60 on the screen.
Last week, the terror group also released a new video threatening terror attacks in major cities across the world.
Two jihadists dressed in army fatigues could be seen in the video launching a series of threats against Paris, New York and Moscow.
The video emerged just one day after MPs voted to launch air strikes against ISIS in Syria.
The video shows the two men sat on a beach before one speaking English begins his tirade against the West.
He says the "revenge has started" and the "blood will flow".
He then adds: "France was the beginning. Tomorrow will be Washington. It will be New York and it will be Moscow."
The militant warns Russia "your time is coming" and "it will be the worst".
"There will be no safety in this world from our guns and bullets and explosives. We will come to you."
ISIS released another video yesterday dubbed The Knights of the Shahadda 2.
The video mainly focuses on an interview by a German foreign fighter.
He can be seen dressed in army fatigues talking to the camera.
As with other ISIS videos, music can be heard playing in the background.
However, the video later goes on to show ISIS jihadists appearing to prepare for a suicide mission.
In a section headed 'The Last Words Before The Martyrdom Operation' a group of men can be seen talking with what appear to be suicide vests on.
One of the men appears to be in his 20s.
The video goes on to show the apparent suicide bombers lining up to be hugged by other jihadists.
A caption on the video reads: "Goodbye to the Companions."
It then cuts a night time scene in an undisclosed location showing two huge explosions.
It is thought to be the suicide bombers seen in the video.
In the video the German jihadist explains how he found the Western life of "drugs and dicos" hollow and took solace in the Koran.
He says: "I was very rich, earned a lot of money, drove a lot of cars and experienced everything - drugs, discos, parties, all of life.
"Thank Allah for guidance, I took up the Koran and the teachings of the Prophet and that satisfied my heart.
"Allah says often in the Koran life on this earth is deceptive. Life is deceptive. When we see all these people who are rich, millionaires, who have money, they kill themselves. They throw themselves in front of trains or take overdoses."
Last week, the terror group released a bizarre new training video last week showing their fighters leapfrogging, boxing and being kicked in the genitals.
The strange clip gives fresh insight into some of the methods being deployed by the brutal militant regime.
The 14-minute video shows trainee terrorists leaping over each other in a game similar to the school playground favourite leapfrog.
They are also seen boxing, stretching, firing guns and doing press ups.
In one section, the soldiers line up with their hands behind their back while a trainer delivers brutal kicks between their legs.
The training regime is interspersed with interviews with masked trainee jihadists.
The video ends with the new recruits lining up and shaking hands with their superiors.