With the vicious beheading murder of American journalist James Foley, the nation and the world is wondering when will the jihadist killer be found and sent to Allah. According to the British news organization the Independent, the American military may need to set their drones on a former London rapper now suspected Syrian-based terrorist. Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary was known as 'L Jinny’ is now alleged to be fighting alongside members of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria is believed to be one of several British jihadists under investigation following the beheading of James Foley.
This self-styled terrorist had been an up and coming musical lyrist who appeared in several popular music videos and even had his singles played in 2012 on BBC Radio. But a darker side to him emerged, when this year, he came to national attention in England by appearing in a photo of himself a severed head on Twitter, reported the Independent.
This rapper turned ISIS fighter was shown with the caption underneath the gruesome photo “Chillin’ with my homie or what’s left of him.” Bary had lived in west London in Maida Vale along with his five siblings and his mother. Last year he left England and traveled to Syria.
The suspected murderer of Foley’s father Adel Abdul Bary had been considered by intelligence officials to be one of Osama Bin Laden’s closest lieutenants. The United States extradited the father on charges of terrorism in 2012 for his suspected role in the bombings of the nation’s two embassies in east Africa during 1998, according to the Independent.
While the current location of the rapper Jihadist are not known by British intelligence one of the central questions plaguing most Americans is, if Bary is the killer of James Foley will he be simply arrested. Most Americans are not looking for a courtroom to find him innocent or guilty. Many believe that the sole remedy should be a drone strike to send the rapper to rap his dark heart out in hell.
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