French-speaking jihadist executes ‘apostates’ in ISIS video

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ISIS THREAT. An image grab taken from a propaganda video released on March 17, 2014 by ISIS’ al-Furqan Media allegedly shows ISIS fighters raising their weapons as they stand on a vehicle mounted with the trademark Jihadists flag at an undisclosed location in the Anbar province, Iraq. File Photo by Al-Furqan Media/AFP
In the video, ISIS threatens to carry out terrorism acts that will make the world forget about the 9/11 attacks in the United States

BAGHDAD, Iraq (Jan. 31. 2016) — The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group released a video Saturday, January 30, purporting to show a French-speaking jihadist threatening attacks against the West and executing so-called apostates and spies in Iraq.

The footage, posted on jihadist websites, is said to have been produced by the ISIS media office in Iraq’s Nineveh province, and shows young men testifying to have acted against the jihadists before being shot dead execution style.

The French-speaker wears a beige mask and military fatigues and carries a handgun. Curls of blond hair can be seen below his mask.

The video appears to have been made after the November 13 Paris attacks that killed 130 people and were claimed by ISIS.

The French-speaking man brands the US-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq “imbecile miscreants” and warns that they will be unable to crush the jihadist group.

He vows that ISIS will carry out acts that will make the West forget the 2001 September 11 attacks against the United States that killed nearly 3,000 people, or the Paris carnage.

He also vows that the West, particularly Spain, will “pay dearly” for having crushed Muslim rule in ancient Andalusia, in southern Spain where the Moors ruled from 711 AD to 1492.

He speaks of Cordoba and Toledo and says the ancient land of Andalusia is Muslim and has not been forgotten.

At the end of the almost 8-minute video, the French-speaker and other ISIS fighters shoot dead 5 kneeling men in orange jumpsuits.

The “execution” appears to take place in the ruins of a building destroyed in an air strike.


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