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German ISIS rapper threatens Paris-style massacre in new vid

TERROR ATTACKS: Rapper ‘Deso Dogg’ is committed to recreating the murder of Charlie Hebdo journalists earlier this year in home nation

GERMAN RAPPER turned Islamic State terrorist Denis Cuspert has released a music video threatening a Charlie Hebdo-style massacre in his home nation.

The 39-year-old, who performs under the stage name Deso Dogg, has raised alarms after implying he is committed to recreating the murder of journalists in Paris earlier this year.

The clip features a German voice, believed to be that of Cuspert, singing of terror attacks in Europe, over footage including images from the Islamist shootings in France.

"In France deeds were done, in Germany the sleepers are waiting," the voice sings. "War has just begun, we have smelled blood".

The track calls on Muslims in Europe to pick up a knife and stab their "infidel" neighbours while showing jihadists wearing a suicide vest or aiming with a sniper rifle.

"Allah will reward you," he sings in the disturbing clip. "Put an end to the filthy ones."

IS militants have confirmed that the voice is that of Dogg, although he does not appear on camera, fuelling rumours he has been wounded.

Cuspert has made a number of appearances in ISIS propaganda films, including one in which he was seen holding a severed head.

The Muslim convert, who has previous convictions, was born to a German mother and a Ghanaian father.

In Germany, he fathered three children by three different women, including one who he dumped just before embarking on his career as an ISIS poster boy.

Cuspert arrived in Syria in 2013 from a so-called German jihadi colony in Egypt

In February, federal prosecutors opened an investigation for war crimes against him.

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