Local intelligence claims that the red bearded terrorist who hired Jihadi John is leading the Islamic State (IS) branch in Libya, despite claims he was killed in air strikes.
Chechen commander, Abu Omar Al-Shishani, is one of world’s most wanted terrorists, recruited British jihadists like Muhamed Emzawi, was reportedly killed in an airstrike in 2014.
Local sources believe that Al-Shishani arrived in Sirte, on Monday night, in 14 armored vehicle convoy. Warped IS commanders and jihadi Brits have been fleeing Syria to Libya, as airstrikes rain in from the US and Russia.
Al-Shishani led brutal regime in northern Syria, the group is attempting to do the same inside Libya. He issued a war cry on social media for people to “be part of those who build the Khilafah [caliphate] with skulls, bones and blood”.
Grisly punishments were handed out to two people in Sirte with one facing execution and the other to have his limbs chopped off, according to a local news source who also claimed were also made that two of the commanders reading out the names had “red-beards”.
In November 2014, the leader of the Chechen Republic, Ramadhan Kadyrov, announced the death of Tarkhan Batirashvili, who branded himself Omar Al-Shishani, on Instagram. the image was captioned “Tarkhan Batirashvili, the enemy of Islam who called himself Omar Al-Shishani, was killed.