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SINGAPORE – A propaganda publicity video by terror group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) highlighting Singaporean Megat Shahdan Abdul Samad has surfaced.
This time, he goes past requesting warriors to join ISIS, which is based to a great extent in the leave along the Iraqi-Syrian outskirt. In the realistic video, he and two other men wearing military uniform are indicated executing three men by shooting them.
Shahdan, 39, was last known to have showed up in a 3 1/2 minute ISIS cut in September, in which he commended East Asian warriors, called for radicals to join the dread collective endeavors’ in East Asia or the Middle East, and challenged Britain’s Prince Harry to a battle.
The recently surfaced cut, which has been shared via web-based networking media and informing gatherings, is more than eight minutes in length. It demonstrates film of bombings and vehicle assaults, mixed with scenes at places like stadiums and gatherings.
Towards the finish of the video, Shahdan is included talking in English, advising devotees to fortify themselves and “kill the foes of Allah wherever you can discover them”, before shooting a bowing man