ISIS has officially declared war on America. After many threats of a jihad against the U.S. and her Western culture, ISIS insurgents have finally proven they are serious, and they do not fear retaliation from our military.

In 2012, American photojournalist James Wright Foley was abducted by gunmen in Syria.

If you haven’t heard of him, it’s probably because his parents’ campaign to get him back saw little attention, and no recognition from President Obama.

Foley’s family soon found out that he was taken by ISIS fighters, a parent’s worst nightmare.

Now, ISIS has released a video of Foley clad in an orange jumpsuit:

In the footage ISIS terrorists force him to read a letter urging Americans to rise up against his “real killer,” “the U.S. government.” In addition, Foley says the U.S. airstrikes against ISIS “hammered the final nail into [his] coffin.”

Foley is forced to address the camera, before a militant addresses President Obama directly, and then beheads the journalist.

The man at the end of the video has also been identified, according to Shoebat.com:

A man identified in the video as Steven Sotloff, dressed in the same type of orange jumpsuit Foley wore, is shown at the end of the clip after Foley’s apparent beheading, alongside an ISIS member dressed in black.

Sotloff, a freelance journalist who had reported on Egypt, Syria, and Libya for TIME, the Christian Science Monitor, the National Interest and Foreign Policy magazine, went missing on Aug. 4, 2013, while on assignment near Aleppo, Syria. Jon Williams, foreign editor for ABC News, tweeted that Sotloff’s family had been advised to avoid spreading the news of Sotloff’s kidnapping.