The Islamic State’s most recent propaganda video features five children executing prisoners. The children are believed to be of British, Egyptian, Kurdish, Tunisian and Uzbekistan parentage. The video according to SITE intelligence group is believed to have been recorded in the de facto ISIS capital of Raqqa, a city in Syria.
The children are seen wearing a camouflage gear, popular amongst ISIS fighters and lifting up pistols as they stand behind the prisoners who kneel. One of the children, called Abu Abdullah Al-Britani has been allegedly identified by the British media to be from Britain though this has yet to be independently confirmed. He shares the same name as another Brit who fought for ISIS. The other Al-Britani was the Islamic name of Assad Uzzaman, originally from Portsmouth, who was 25 when he was killed in Syria last year.