The sickening scenario that saw ISIS executing prisoners over their freshly dug graves has a distinctive Canadian twist.
Global News reports that the executioner is likely a Canadian man who is possibly from the Toronto area.
The video released by the death cult on Sept. 19, 2014 featured an executioner with a Canadian-sounding accent.
“Yup, it’s another Canadian,” Muhammed Ali, an ISIS member from Mississauga, told Global News in an exclusive interview at a Syrian prison.
Ali is being held by Kurdish fighters and said the killer went by the alias Abu Rudwan and was likely in his 20s at the time of the mass murder.
“Abu Rudwan is alive,” Ali said. “Maybe he’s dead now, I don’t know. Last I saw him he was alive.”
The Canadian killer was allegedly a full-time member of ISIS’s propaganda arm.
In the ISIS murder porn, the man aimed a handgun at a prisoner kneeling at the edge of his grave. Then the killer put a bullet in the back of the man’s head.
The FBI posted a portion of the video a month later. The G-Men said the “subject in the video has what is believed to be a North American accent.”
But Global reporter Stewart Bell notes that there has been speculation a Canadian man has also been narrating recruitment videos for the terror group.
That voice also hovers over videos celebrating ISIS’s catalogue of horrors.