Canadian ISIS fighter admits to narrating gruesome execution videos
A Canadian captured in Syria last month admitted he helped produce ISIS propaganda videos that showed prisoners digging their graves and being executed, according to a local source.
Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed, who was detained by Syrian Democratic Forces admitted he played a role in the ISIS videos; Flames of War and Flames of War 2 according to the Rojava Information Centre.
The group said he had acknowledged writing the scripts but that it could not yet confirm it's his voice heard reading them in the videos, although that now seems likely.
Mohammed's alleged admission came as the government is under pressure to take back and prosecute captured Canadian ISIS fighters. But the RCMP is struggling to collect enough evidence to charge them.