The dirty thugs who make up the ranks of the radical Islamic killers the world knows as ISIS were dealt a crushing blow earlier this year. An ISIS propaganda magazine just revealed that a key member of their recruiting team was blown to smithereens in a U.S.-led coalition airstrike.
Make no mistake — with President Trump in the driver’s seat, expect to read many more success stories of wiping these murderers off the global map.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), in the latest edition of its online propaganda magazine Rumiyah, eulogized a French-born U.S./Syria dual citizen wanted by the FBI and considered a recruiter and essential operative in the jihadist group’s media efforts.
In January, American college graduate Ahmad Abousamra, 36, was killed in a U.S.-led coalition airstrike.
An article in Rumiyah titled, “Among the Believers Are Men” confirmed the death of the terrorist who had been wanted by the FBI since 2013 for conspiracy to provide support to jihadists and conspiracy to kill American service members abroad.
Known by various aliases, the magazine identifies Abousamra as Abu Sulayman ash-Shami and describes him as one of the founders of the Rumiyah magazine, “the goal of which was to expand the Islamic State’s reach by releasing one magazine in several languages.”
According to the publication, Abousamra in collaboration with other terrorists attempted to carry out an attack on U.S. soil.
He was added the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list in 2013. The United States offered a $50,000 reward for information that could lead to his capture.
The late jihadist served as chief editor of ISIS’s former online propaganda magazine Dabiq.
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