ISIS released a propaganda saying “Russia will burn” just days before the bomb explosion in St. Petersburg’s Metro on Monday, according to The Gateway Pundit.
A briefcase bomb was reportedly detonated on the busy subway train and another explosive device was also detected at another station in the city but was dismantled before it could go off.
The attack in the Russian city was greeted with celebration by supporters of the terror group ISIS. The explosion at the Metro left at least 11 people dead and 40 more wounded.
An ISIS propaganda released before the attack shows a Muslim fighter standing in front of the Kremlin and holding a weapon with the caption “kill them where you find them.” Another urges its supporters to launch attacks on Russia’s capital Moscow.
A third poster showed President Vladimir Putin’s head with bullet holes, as well as a poster that includes a chilling message: “We Will Burn Russia.”