A tweet re-tweeted by Terror Monitor group read: “What a pleasure to explode an unfaithful head and even better to cut his head.”
It threatened more attacks: “Expect more bombs, more death! in future also.”
Two explosions rocked the Zaventem airport in Brussels killing 13 people. A third explosion followed at a Metro station in the heart of the Belgian capital, claiming 15 more victims.
Scores were also injured in the coordinated attacks only four days after Belgian Police arrested the suspect in the Paris terror attack which killed 130 people in November. (IANS)