“Islamic State: Australian teenager Jake Bilardi believed to be involved in suicide bombing in Iraq,” by Matt Brown, ABC.net.au, March 11, 2015:
Islamic State (IS) propaganda claims Australian teenager Jake Bilardi was among the latest group of suicide bombers that struck in Iraq’s Anbar province.Bilardi was this week identified as the young man shown in an image published in December, holding an assault rifle in front of an IS flag.
A new propaganda image is now circulating on the Internet, claiming to show a suicide bomber dubbed Abu Abdullah al-Australi — Bilardi’s pseudonym — before he attacks an Iraqi army unit in Anbar province west of Baghdad.
It features a four-wheel drive with a smashed, taped-up rear window moving down a dusty backstreet.
An inset image shows a pale-skinned, long-haired young man who resembles Bilardi, sitting behind the wheel.
There is no way to confirm the authenticity of the images, but there was a wave of car bomb attacks in Anbar province on Wednesday (local time).
Twelve car bombs exploded almost simultaneously around the city of Ramadi, capital of Anbar, after dawn with at least seven suicide bombers targeting government security installations, police said….