Monday, April 1, 2019

ONE of Britain’s youngest ISIS recruits nicknamed “Osama bin Bieber” has been killed by the terror group for being a spy.





By Abe Hawken
31st March 2019, 8:59 am
Updated: 31st March 2019, 11:24 am




Mohammed Ismail was just 18 went he left Coventry to join ISIS in March 2014 with two friends who were
killed in combat.

Mohammed Ismail, pictured, 
has been killed in Syria 
after he was accused of being a spy

But the terrorist organisation became suspicious of Ismail’s loyalties and captured him following a drone strike in Raqqa, Syria.

According to The Sunday Times, he confessed to betraying the group and passing on confidential information to western intelligence agencies.

Ismail was then brutally killed by an ISIS executioner in front of a cameraman who captured his last moments on film.
SUSPECTED SPY

His death is believed to be the first known ISIS execution of a suspected British spy.

A source told the newspaper: “Once the drone strike happened he got captured in Raqqa.

“They did an interrogation with him. He confessed everything. And then they killed him.”

Ismail, who told friends “if you believe in a cause, you should be prepared to die for that cause”, is said to have apologised on camera and given his confession under duress.

APOLOGY CAME TOO LATE

The source added: “They made a video of him. He said he was sorry, but it shows how he died.”

The terror group’s suspicion first started when they became convinced Ismail's spying resulted in the death of jihadist Nasser Muthana, from Cardiff.

The senior propagandist was killed in a precision strike after being tracked down by the US-backed coalition.

Friends of Ismail, who was nicknamed after pop star Justin Bieber because of his youthful looks, said he expressed Islamist views at college.

British ISIS extremists' recruitment video featuring Reyaad Khan and Ruhul Amin

A source close to one of his friends who joined him in Syria said he had been radicalised in just 15 days.

The source told the paper: “Three weeks before he joined the jihad, he was nightclubbing in Coventry.”

Ismail’s dad, Mahir Haidi, was shocked at the news of his son’s death and said he had not spoken to him for more than two years.

ISIS became convinced Ismail's spying resulted in the death of jihadist Nasser Muthana, from Cardiff

Alamy


The Brit was killed after ISIS 

suspected him of being a spy

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