ISIS' latest propaganda film offers more threats before being taken offline

Two days after Islamic State released a sneak preview, the terror group on Friday put a 55-minute propaganda video on YouTube, which quickly took it down.

Titled "Flames of War: Fighting Has Just Begun," the film juxtaposes flame graphics, black and white footage and news reels to illustrate the rise of Islamic State.

Claiming the so-called caliphate allows Muslims to "unite under one call, one banner, one leader," the film shows then-President George W. Bush's declaring "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists" after 9/11.

"They lied, the flames were only beginning to intensify," a narrator states.

The next scenes are from the Syrian civil war as a narrator details Islamic State's efforts in Syria, where terrorists swore allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of Islamic State and self-proclaimed caliph.

The message and film concludes with, "the sons of Islam have prepared themselves for this day, so wait and see, for we too are also going to wait and see."

Unlike three prior videos that showed two U.S. journalists and one British aid worker being beheaded, and another bizarre video earlier in the week which showed British photojournalist John Cantlie criticizing U.S. and British policies, the video released Friday showed no hostages.

Fox News' Lisa Daftari contributed to this article