The Foley execution video has led investigators on a trail that finally ends with a man named Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary.
The search for the killers of James Foley leads straight to some jihadis who were sending messages of hate on the Internet.
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Most of these were active on Twitter but when they got to know that they were being traced, they quit the realm of cyberspace and decided to pass messages to each other in code.
One of them is suspected of killing James Foley, the American journalist, in cold blood in a video. He was found to be a denizen of England and had lived a well-off middle class existence before he decided to turn into a fanatic and terrorist.
Called Jihadi John, he had converted and his new name was Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary. The video clip of James Foley being executed was released on YouTube and was later on taken off the site by the administration.
It showed a masked man of ISIS who is wielding a knife and delivering a form of hate speech before he beheads James Foley with the very sharp knife. It is a brutal and shocking video clip.
Another video clip showing ISIS men beheading an Iraqi soldier has also surfaced. The United States government is keeping a close eye on these groups of terrorists.
"Both the British intelligence service and FBI want a high degree of confidence in the match because lethal force is on the table," a U.S. counterterrorism source told Fox News.
They are retaliating due to President Obama’s bombing of their strongholds in Iraq. But the fact remains that they tend to target innocent civilians and thus bring their own name into disrepute.
Had they possessed a genuine agenda they may have garnered support from the entire world. But the brutal and sadistic manner in which they behead and kill benign people such as journalists in cold blood is proof of the fact that they are vermin.
The US government and especially President Obama should never bow before these vicious elements that are out to destroy any chances of peace in the Middle East. They deserve no mercy and ought to be dealt with in the most forthright and straightforward fashion.
Source: Fox News