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Al Arabia: ISIS posts video of men it says were French church attackers
08:00, 28 July 2016
Al Arabia: ISIS posts video of men it says were French church attackers

An image grab taken the video shows the two men who identify themselves as ‘Abu Jaleel al-Hanafi’(L) and ‘Ibn Omar’ (R) sitting next to the logo of ISIS while pledging allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

08:00, 28 July 2016

Al Arabia

The ISIS militant group released video footage Wednesday it said showed two men who killed a priest in a French church pledging allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The video, posted on the ISIS news agency Amaq, shows two young men with an ISIS banner, as one of them recites in Arabic in a strong non-native accent a traditional pledge of allegiance to the group’s head.

The two bearded men, calling themselves noms de guerre Abu Omar and Abu Jalil al-Hanfai, hold hands as they swear “obedience” to Baghdadi.

ISIS claimed Tuesday’s attack on a church in France during which an 86-year-old priest’s throat was cut, saying it had been carried out by two of its “soldiers”.

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Related: The Guardian: France in shock again after Isis murder of priest in Normandy

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