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THE ISLAMIC British executioner who killed US photographer James Foley is believed to have beheaded US journalist Steven Sotloff in a new video released by the Islamic Savages

The video was released early this morning Australian time, showing a masked militant with a strong London accent apparently beheading a second American journalist and threatening to kill a British captive next.

“I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic State,” the militant says.

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New horror … a new video released by the Islamic State (IS) and identified by private terrorism monitor SITE Intelligence Group shows a masked militant holding a knife before beheading 31-year-old US freelance writer Steven Sotloff. Picture: AFP PHOTO / SITE INTELLIGENCE GROUP / HO

He then introduces a second captive, identified in a caption by name as a British citizen.

The Islamic State group has terrorised rivals and civilians alike with widely publicised brutality as it seeks to expand a proto-state it has carved out on both sides of the Syrian-Iraq border.

In its rise to prominence over the past year, the extremist group has frequently published graphic photos and gruesome videos of bombings, beheadings and mass killings.


The new video, shot with the same high production values as its predecessor, is entitled: “A second message to America.”

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It opens with a clip of Mr Obama vowing to be “relentless” in his determination to protect US citizens from IS attacks.

Sotloff identifies himself in English and calmly explains that he is paying the price for Mr Obama’s policy. His killer also speaks in English.

Sotloff was kidnapped in northern Syria more than a year ago, on August 4, 2013. His family only publicly revealed his captivity last month, having previously requested a media blackout.

Sotloff, 31, who freelanced for Time and Foreign Policy magazines, appeared in a video released online last month that showed Foley’s beheading. Dressed in an orange jumpsuit against an arid Syrian landscape, Sotloff was threatened in that video with death unless the US stopped air strikes on the group in Iraq.

The previous video was released last month after US President Barack Obama ordered air strikes against the Islamic State.

It showed 40-year-old Foley’s death at the hands of a masked militant who then threatened Sotloff, a Miami-born freelance reporter who has written for Time magazine, Foreign Policy and other outlets.

US officials said they were working to confirm the authenticity of the latest video, and State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Washington would be “sickened” if it proved genuine


Sotloff’s mother Shirley Sotloff issued a video last week pleading with IS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi to release her son.

She addressed the leader of the Islamic State group by name and said her son was “an innocent journalist” who shouldn’t pay for US government actions in the Middle East over which he has no control.

A family spokesman said the Sotloff family “knows of this horrific tragedy and is grieving privately.”

The family has not yet been told whether the video is authentic, and do not plan to make any additional comments now.

In a statement, Foreign Policy magazine said it was saddened by news of his death and called him a “brave and talented journalist” whose reporting “showed a deep concern for the civilians caught in the middle of a brutal war.”


In the video distributed Tuesday and titled “A Second Message to America,” Sotloff appears in a similar jumpsuit — modelled on that worn by Islamic prisoners being held at the controversial Guantánamo Bay detention centre.

The SITE Intelligence Group, a US terrorism watchdog, first reported about the video’s existence. Unlike the footage of Foley’s beheading, which was widely shared on Twitter accounts affiliated with the Islamic State group, the video purporting to show Sotloff’s killing was not immediately posted online.

Before the video’s release, messages on websites frequented by jihadis warned of a “second message to America.”

However, it appeared that a separate faction of the Islamic State group posted it early to another account before it was supposed to be released.

A later Twitter message apologised for releasing it early and asked fellow jihadis not to “reproach” them.

Sotloff reported extensively on the Middle East, writing for Time and Foreign Policy magazines before being kidnapped by IS in Syria in 2013.image

Kidnapped … Sotloff reported extensively on the Middle East, writing for Time and Foreign Policy magazines before being kidnapped by IS in Syria in 2013.

Third ‘message’ … British man David Cawthorne Haines appeared at the end of the video and was threatened with execution if the United States did not end air strikes. Source: Supplied

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At the end of the video, the British executioner threatens to kill a third captive, a Briton, David Cawthorne Haines. It was not immediately clear who Haines was. Officials with the British Foreign Office declined to immediately comment.

The killer specifically mentions the recent US air strikes around the Mosul dam and the beleaguered Iraqi town of Amirli, making it unlikely that Sotloff was killed at the same time as Foley, as some analysts had speculated.

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Over the weekend, Iraqi government forces with help from U.S. air strikes broke Islamic State’s two-month siege of Amirli, a town where some 15,000 Shiite Turkmens had been stranded.

American air strikes against IS positions and vehicles continued in the wake of Foley’s death, and more than 120 have been carried out, most of them hitting targets around Iraq’s largest dam north of Mosul.


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A still from a video purporting to show the execution of journalist James Foley. Photo: Twitter

Baghdad: Islamic State insurgents who control territory in Iraq and Syria released a video on Tuesday purportedly showing the beheading of US journalist James Foley, who had gone missing in Syria nearly two years ago.

Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS or ISIL, also threatened the life of a second US journalist, Steven Sotloff, whom it claims to be holding.

The video, titled A Message To America, was posted on social media sites. It was not immediately possible to verify.

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James Foley: reported in the Middle East for five years. Photo: Manu Brabo

The video, seen by Fairfax Media, shows a man, which the video claims is Foley, wearing orange robes and kneeling beside an Islamic State militant who is dressed in black and with his face masked. The militant speaks with a British accent.

The man said to be Foley addresses the camera, saying: “I call on my friends, family and loved ones to rise up against my real killers, the US government, for what will happen to me is only a result of their complacency and criminality.

“My message to my beloved parents: save me some dignity and don’t accept any meagre compensation for my death from the same people who effectively hit the last nail in my coffin with their recent aerial campaign in Iraq.”

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American journalist James Foley, who was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen in north-west Syria on November 22, 2012.

He then addresses his brother, John, who he says is a member of the US Air Force.

“Think about the lives you destroy including those of your own family. I call on you, John: think about who made the decision to bomb Iraq recently and kill those people, whoever they may have been,” he says.

He ends with: “I wish I had more time. I wish I could have the hope of freedom and seeing my family once again but that ship has sailed. I guess, all in all, I wish I wasn’t American.”

The militant then accuses the US government, including President Barack Obama, of plotting against the Islamic State, and says Foley’s death is in retaliation for recent air strikes in northern Iraq.

The militant points at the camera with a knife as he says: “Any attempt by you, Obama, to deny the Muslims their rights of living in safety under the Islamic caliphate will result in the bloodshed of your people.

“The life of this American citizen, Obama, depends on your next decision,” he says, apparently referring to the other journalist.

He then appears to hack at Foley’s throat before the video fades to black. The following scene appears to show the severed head.

Caitlin Hayden, a spokeswoman for the US National Security Council, released this statement: “We have seen a video that purports to be the murder of US citizen James Foley by ISIL.

“The intelligence community is working as quickly as possible to determine its authenticity. If genuine, we are appalled by the brutal murder of an innocent American journalist and we express our deepest condolences to his family and friends. We will provide more information when it is available.”

Foley, who has reported in the Middle East for five years, was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen on November 22, 2012.

A Twitter account set up by his family to help find him said early on Wednesday: “We know that many of you are looking for confirmation or answers. Please be patient until we all have more information, and keep the Foleys in your thoughts and prayers.”

Islamic State’s sweep through northern Iraq, bringing it close to Baghdad and in control of the second city, Mosul, drew US air strikes on the country for the first time since the end of the American occupation in 2011.

The Sunni militant group has declared a caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria in areas it controls.

The footage was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday afternoon, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is believed to be evaluating the video’s contents.

Foley had been working for US news organisation GlobalPost, Agence France-Presse and other international media organisations when he was kidnapped in Syria in November 2012

GlobalPost said Foley’s beheading had not yet been verified.

Abbott sickened

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he was sickened by the news.

He said he had not seen the video but was appalled by the reports.

“It’s absolutely sickening, absolutely despicable,” he told Brisbane’s 4BC radio.

“It’s a sign that there can be no compromise whatsoever with the murderous terrorists of the ISIL movement. This is as near to pure evil as we are ever likely to see.”

Foley previously captured

Foley was on assignment for GlobalPost when he went missing. He was on his way to the Turkish border when he was abducted by a group of armed men.

He had previously reported for GlobalPost from Libya and Afghanistan before covering the civil war in Syria from early 2012.

Foley’s last article for the news organisation outlined the growing frustration with war among the citizens of Aleppo, Syria’s largest city.

While covering the Libyan civil war in 2011, Foley and two other journalists, American Claire Gillis and Spaniard Manu Brabo, endured a 44-day captivity in April and May of that year at the hands of then Libyan strongman Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

A fourth journalist South African Anton Hammerl, was killed when the journalists were captured by Gaddafi fighters near Benghazi in eastern Libya.

Foley later returned to Libya to cover Gaddafi’s fall and eventual death.

Foley and GlobalPost correspondent Tracey Shelton were at the scene of Gaddafi’s capture in October 2011.

Reuters, Fairfax Media


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Osama bin Laden’s death not only dominated the news, but also fuelled a wealth of comic relief, punch lines and unapologetic crowing from TV’s late-night hosts.

“You seem like you’re in a good mood,” said CBS’s David Letterman, greeting his Late Show audience with a grin. “You folks enjoy the Osama bin Laden season finale?”

On NBC’s Tonight Show host Jay Leno was all smiles, too, as he declared, “It looks like President Obama has a new campaign slogan: ‘Yes I Did.'”

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“Great news,” said Conan O’Brien on his TBS talk show. “The world’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden, is dead. Which means now the official No. 1 threat to America is the KFC Double Down.”

“It was the first Twitter death rumour ever that turned out to be true,” cracked Jimmy Kimmel on ABC.

“Bin Laden is dead!” said Late Night host Jimmy Fallon on NBC — “just like the Republicans’ chances in 2012.”

And on CBS’s Late Late Show, host Craig Ferguson gave extra oomph to his trademark pronouncement, “It’s a great day for America, everybody!”

“I’m as giddy as a schoolgirl who just shot bin Laden in the eye,” glowed Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report, adding, “I hope I am never again this happy over someone’s death.”

Colbert’s fellow Comedy Central host, Jon Stewart, was no less effusive on The Daily Show.

“I suppose,” he allowed, “I should be expressing some ambivalence about the targeted killing of another human being. And yet — uhhhh, no!”

Instead, Stewart said, he wanted details. Like, what was the look on bin Laden’s face when he realised “the helicopters overhead were not giving traffic and weather updates?”

Letterman’s Top Ten, “fresh from the State Department”, purported to list bin Laden’s final words, which might have been “I’m not sure I want to live in a world where Fast Five is the No. 1 movie”, or maybe, “I need a house full of Navy SEALs like I need a hole in the head”.

The jokes – and there were many – were focused on a handful of basic themes. Like the courageous Navy SEALs who took bin Laden out.

According to O’Brien, “When he heard about it, former President Bush was furious and said, ‘Wait a minute — I could have used seals?!'”

“How about those Navy SEALs?” marvelled Letterman. “They jump out of a helicopter and they break into the compound, and they fire a warning shot into his head.

“Well, the good news is,” he added, invoking another prevalent theme, “bin Laden lived to see the royal wedding.”

“Between the death of bin Laden and the marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William,” Kimmel said, “it’s an exciting time to be in the commemorative plate business.”

But what will happen to bin Laden in the next life?

Fallon disclosed that the 72 virgins supposedly awaiting the al-Qaeda leader in paradise had turned out to be “just some dudes watching Game of Thrones on HBO”.

Letterman had another theory: Owing to a screwup in the paperwork, they were 72 vegans.

The comics took glee in lampooning Donald Trump, who, as an undeclared GOP candidate for the presidency, has noisily questioned both Obama’s citizenship and college scholarship.

On NBC, first word of bin Laden’s death pre-empted the final few minutes of Sunday’s East Coast airing of the Trump-hosted reality show, Celebrity Apprentice.

“This,” said O’Brien, “begs the question: How do we kill bin Laden again NEXT Sunday?”

Kimmel observed that, “On the same night Obama was ordering the Navy to kill bin Laden, his potential opponent in 2012, Donald Trump, was busy firing Playmate of the Month Hope Dworaczyk.”

And on Late Night, Fallon impersonated Trump in a sketch, stating that Obama “is so scared of me and so desperate for attention that he felt the need to hunt down and kill bin Laden right in the middle of my show”.

Online, much of the comedy reaction revolved around positioning Obama as an action hero. Making the rounds was a picture of a determined Obama and the label: “Everyone chill … out, I GOT THIS!”

Another photo showed a smiling Obama in sunglasses and suit with the caption: “Sorry it took so long to get you a copy of my birth certificate. I was too busy killing Osama bin Laden.”

One of the most popular topics on Twitter through much of Monday was Jack Bauer, the fictional government agent of 24. The Jack Bauer messages typically reflected a pride in the Navy SEALs who carried out the mission.

Steve Martin took his own, pointedly ironic approach to the startling events: “Slow news day,” he tweeted.

But one of the most widespread quotations was from a much older comic legend: “I’ve never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.”

That one was courtesy of Mark Twain.


‘We got him’: bin Laden shot twice

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May 3, 2011 – 3:18PM

The first sign that the top-secret US mission to get Osama bin Laden had paid off came in the form of a coded message sent back to Washington amid a wild confrontation at the Pakistani compound where the al-Qaeda leader was holed up – “Geronimo-EKIA”, it read.

Geronimo was the code name for the operation spearheaded by more than 20 Navy SEALs who arrived on Sunday aboard Blackhawk helicopters. The attached letters stood for: “enemy killed in action”.

US President Barack Obama listens during one of a series of meetings discussing the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House on May 1.
US President Barack Obama listens during one of a series of meetings discussing the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House on May 1. Photo: Reuters


Even then, the tight group of anxious administration officials who tuned in to the unfolding drama from the White House Situation Room were awaiting the safe exit of their attack specialists before celebrating.

They also awaited further proof that the militant leader who had evaded capture for 15 years – and an intensified international manhunt following the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11, 2001 – was in fact dead.

President Barack Obama gave orders to mount the mission on Friday and, after apparently cutting a round of golf short on Sunday, he joined national security advisers at the White House to track the mission in real time.

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“It was probably one of the most anxiety-filled periods of time, I think, in the lives of the people who were assembled here yesterday,” the President’s anti-terrorism adviser, John Brennan, said.

“The minutes passed like days, and the President was very concerned about the security of our personnel.

“That was what was on his mind throughout, and we wanted to make sure that we were able to get through this and accomplish the mission.

“It was clearly very tense, a lot of people holding their breath and there was a fair degree of silence as it progressed as we would get the updates.”

The SEALs reported that the dead man’s height matched that of bin Laden, who stood at 193 centimetres, and sent photographs back to CIA headquarters where face recognition technology produced a match. As the signs grew increasingly sure, Mr Obama is said to have summed up the mood by uttering: “We got him.

“When we finally were informed that those individuals who were able to go in that compound and found an individual that they believed was bin Laden, there was a tremendous sigh of relief.”

Bin Laden had been shot twice, according to reports, once in the head and once in the chest.

National security officials told Reuters that US troops expected bin Laden to put up a fight and the mission, involving about 15 special forces operatives, was a “kill operation”.

“If he had waved a white flag of surrender, he would have been taken alive.”

Three other men – believed to be one of bin Laden’s sons and two of his couriers – were killed in the operation, while a woman was killed when she was used as a human shield.

The New York Times reported bin Laden’s body was washed, placed in a white sheet and a military officer read religious rites translated into Arabic.

Inside a weighted bag, the body was placed on a board and “eased into the sea”, an official said.

Mr Obama today praised the anonymous commandos who finally caught up with bin Laden, adding that the US was fortunate “to have Americans who dedicate their lives” to protecting the nation.

“We may not always know their names, we may not always know their stories, but they are always there on the front lines of freedom and we are truly blessed,” Mr Obama continued during a White House ceremony honouring Korean War veterans awarded the Medal of Honour.

“As commander-in-chief, I could not be prouder of our men and women in uniform. That is true now in today’s wars, and it has been true in all of our wars and it is why we are here today.”

Mr Brennan admitted that some on the President’s security team had doubts that the mission should have proceeded as they judged it too risky. But the SEALs’ preparation was meticulous: they trained on replicas of bin Laden’s compound that had been built in the US.

Those taking part were identified as SEAL Team Six of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group.

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As the signs grew increasingly sure, Barack Obama is said to have summed up the mood by uttering: We got him.

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