- The image circulated by jihadists is one of the first to feature Donald Trump
- It shows a white male cocking a pistol next to the bullet-ridden targets
- Analysts have noted that the groups equates Trump with Vladimir Putin
- The video appears to show jihadists - some wearing various football shirts - surrendering on their knees
ISIS fighters have released a new propaganda photo featuring the bullet-ridden faces of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin on shooting targets.
The image circulated by jihadists on social media is one of the first to feature Trump instead of previous US president Barack Obama.
It shows a white male cocking a pistol, reflecting the terror group's call for westerners to attack civilians in their own countries.
The text reads: 'Lie in wait for them at every chance to ambush. The Levant is the graveyard of the Russians and Americans.'
They also hold parts of Syrian side of the border, but the area under their control is shrinking as they retreat in the face of two different sets of hostile forces - a US-backed, Kurdish-led coalition and Syrian government troops with foreign Shi'ite militias backed by Iran and Russia.
Islamic State's cross-border 'caliphate' effectively collapsed in July, when US-backed Iraqi forces captured Mosul, the group's de facto capital in Iraq, in a gruelling battle which lasted nine months.
The militants' leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who declared the caliphate from Mosul in mid-2014, released an audio recording last week that indicated he was alive, after several reports he had been killed.
He called on his followers to keep up the fight despite the setbacks.
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