Who is Mohammed Khalifa? Wiki, Biography, Age, Charged, ISIS Narrator, Investigation

Mohammed Khalifa
Mohammed Khalifa

Mohammed Khalifa Wiki – Mohammed Khalifa Biography

Mohammed Khalifa is a Saudi-born Canadian citizen who has been charged with helping the Islamic State, accused of fighting and narrating recruitment videos for the group.

The US Department of Justice described khalifa as a “leading figure” in the terrorist group’s English language media unit.

Age

He is 38 years old.

ISIS Narrator Charged

Prosecutors said the unit produced videos such as the ones showing the beheadings of Western aid workers and journalists, including Britons Alan Henning and David Haines.

Khalifa, 38, was captured in January 2019 by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, following a firefight in Syria where he was throwing grenades.

The FBI recently arrested him, and charges against him were unsealed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on Saturday.

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Raj Parekh, acting US attorney, described Khalifa as “the voice behind the violence.”

He added: “Through his alleged leading role in translating, narrating, and advancing ISIS’s online propaganda, Khalifa promoted the terrorist group, furthered its worldwide recruitment efforts, and expanded the reach of videos that glorified the horrific murders and indiscriminate cruelty of ISIS.”

Investigation

The court documents allege that Khalifa arrived in Syria in the spring of 2013, joining Islamic State in November that year.

Being fluent in English and Arabic, he was recruited by the terror group’s media bureau the following year, where he helped to produce, and spread IS propaganda.

Prosecutors described him as a “prominent figure” in the bureau, being involved in approximately 15 videos, including narrating two of the most violent – Flames Of War: Fighting Has Just Begun and Flames Of War II: Until The Final Hour.

The two videos were described as “influential and exceedingly violent” and were used to encourage attacks against other countries.

If convicted, Khalifa could be jailed for life, although the Department of Justice said actual sentences for federal crimes “are typically less than the maximum penalties.”

 

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