Friday, 4 December 2015

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New ISIS Video Shows Russian ‘FSB Agent’ Beheaded Published 1:19 pm EST, December 2, 2015 Updated 9:29 am EST, December 3, 2015 53 Comments By Sam Prince 206.4k A new propaganda video purportedly released by the Islamic State shows an alleged Chechen Federal Security Service spy named Khasiev Magomid beheaded in the terrorist capital of Raqqa, Syria. A senior FSB official in Moscow has called the claims of Magomid being an FSB agent as “baseless.” Reuters reports that officially, the government in Moscow has not listed any of their citizens as being held captive by ISIS. There has not been any official reaction from the Russian security forces or foreign ministry. The video was released on December 2, 2015 and is titled “You Shall be Disappointed and Humiliated O Russians.” It can be viewed above. We are working on obtaining a full English translation. In the video, Magomid says before being killed that he is 23-years-old and from the Chechen city of Grozny, in one of Russia’s most disputed zones. Magomid says that he entered ISIS territory in August 2014 and had been charged with gathering names, photos, and information about Islamic State fighters. After Magomid’s inteview, his Islamist Russian executioner gives a jihadic rant directed at Russia that begins with, “You will not find peace in your homes. We will kill your sons… for each son you killed here. And we will destroy your homes for each home you destroyed here.” He concludes with a message directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin: “Listen, Putin the dog, the [Assad] regime bombed us before you came and then America and its coward allies bombed us. Oh Russian infidels, we’ve been waiting for you…You have been taken to a new defeat. You will find no security in your homes and we will kill your children for every child you killed here.” It’s the first execution video released by ISIS since the death of “Jihadi John” aka Mohammed Emwazi, who was “incinerated” in a U.S. air strike in November.

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