|English spokesman for the Islamic State may have been killed in an American airstrike.|
Another man who gave up the life to join the Islamic extremist group was killed an American missiles drop. The U.S. military hasn't put a confirmation out there but the junk food media has broke the news that the British man who was a spokesman and executioner for the Islamic State was killed in a drone strike.
When it comes to brutal videos being posted on social media, the extremist group turns to YouTube.
He was accused of beheading three Americans, two British men and two Japanese men.
James Foley, Stephen Sotloff, David Haines, Alan Henning, Peter Kassig, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto were victims of tribunal. This man would warn Western leaders that the deaths of innocent Muslims will be spilled with the blood of Westerners. These men were beheaded when the ransom demands weren't met.
This man took pride in this. He would often boast that more killings could come and often asked for more American intervention.
The airstrike hit was in Syria. He left his home and was traveling on the road when the hit came. The hit was a "flawless" target kill. The U.S. will evaluate the area before they can pass confirmation of death.
Mohammad Emwazi was outed by the intelligence agencies after they determined his departure from Britain to join the extremist group. Some of his friends and family described him as a angry young man. .
The family of James Foley came out with a statement saying that the death of this man doesn't change the fact that President Barack Obama failed their son.
Okay, that annoying conservative agitator and Pam Geller often criticize Obama for being weak on terrorism.
Under Obama's order, the CIA and U.S. military has killed al-Qaeda's Osama bin Laden, Adam Gahdan, Anwar al-Awlaki, Abu Anas al-Libi and Fazul Abdullah Mohammed.
They have disrupted the Islamic State's leadership role by hitting top chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Besides Mohammed Emwazi, German rapper Deso Dogg (Denis Cuspert) was killed in a drone strike a few weeks ago.
World News Today send our condolences to those innocent victims killed in these senseless tragedies.