Islamic State has produced a series of videos telling refugees to avoid "humiliation" in Europe and instead join the terror group in war-torn Syria and Iraq.
One video uses footage of desperate migrants facing riot police with water cannons and the notorious image of drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi.
The terrorists claim the refugees - many of whom are fleeing ISIS and Bashar al-Assad's regime in Syria - will fare better in a region rife with violence, rape, torture and brutally sickening executions.
One segment features the infamous footage of a Syrian man who was tripped by a camerawoman as he held a child while fleeing police in Hungary as an example of what awaits the refugees.
Baghdad suicide bombs
The videos emerge at the same time as news that at least 21 people were killed by two suicide bombers in central Baghdad, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Islamic State now holds about a third of Iraq and neighbouring Syria in its self-declared "caliphate".
Since the emergence of IS extremists, Baghdad has seen near-daily attacks, with roadside bombs, suicide blasts and assassinations targeting Iraqi forces and government officials, with significant casualties among the civilian population.
The violence has killed hundreds and displaced tens of thousands of Iraqis.