ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi threatened Israel in an audio recording released on Saturday, saying the group was getting closer by the day.
"If the Islamic coalition against ISIS were truly Islamic, it would declare that it was cutting ties with its Jewish and crusader masters and that its goal was to kill the Jews and liberate Palestine," said al-Baghdadi in the tape.
"The Jews thought we forgot Palestine and that they had distracted us from it," he continued. "Not at all, Jews. We did not forget Palestine for a moment. With the help of Allah, we will not forget it… The pioneers of the jihadist fighters will surround you on a day that you think is distant and we know is close. We are getting closer every day.
"You will never find comfort in Palestine, Jews," continued the terrorist leader. "Palestine will not be your land or your home, but it will be a graveyard for you"
"Allah assembled you in Palestine so that the Muslims kill you, so that you may hide behind stones and trees (a Muslim tradition regarding the killing of Jews)," declared the head of the self-styled caliphate.
The last time al-Baghdadi's voice was heard was in a recording in May.
In October, a branch of ISIS in Damascus released a Hebrew-language video. "We will enter Al-Aqsa mosque as conquerors and our car bombs will strike the ramparts of the Jews," said an ISIS member in the video.