Apparently Mohammed Emwazi has gotten too high-profile, too “controversial,” for the Islamic State, so they threw him under the bus. What cowardice. Either they believe what he was doing was right, in which they should have stood by him, or they think what he did was wrong, in which case they should come out and say so and hone on record saying they were against beheading.
Interesting to see that the Islamic State is just as cowardly and unwilling to stand by their own as are many of the entities in the West that they have vowed to destroy.
“Petrified Jihadi John ‘ABANDONS ISIS – fearing the terror group no longer has use for him,'” by Jake Burman, Express, July 27, 2015:
BRUTAL killer Mohammed Emwazi is believed to have fled Islamic State – because he fears the jihadi regime no longer has use for him.
It is thought Emwazi, dubbed Jihadi John, left the terror group several weeks ago and went on the run in Syria – reportedly trying to head to North Africa.
A source claimed ISIS would drop him “like a stone or worse if they feel he is no longer of any use to them”.
They said: “So it is possible he will end up suffering the same fate as his victims”.
The British terrorist, from London, is said to have been terrified by the publicity after he was identified as the sick murderer of British and American hostages – and fears being hunted down by British and US special forces in Iraq and Syria.
One priority of the allied forces is to track the 26-year-old and either bring him to justice or kill him.
Emwazi, who gained notoriety beheading innocent Western victims in ISIS propaganda footage, is also believed to fear his unmasking has diminished his value as an ISIS killer.
He is also apparently concerned that jealous fellow ISIS members might plot against him.
The computer science graduate may have teamed-up with a less well-known jihadist group somewhere in Syria, to try to keep a low profile.
Kuwaiti-born Emwazi is wanted for the sickening killings of journalists and aid workers Stephen Sotloff, James Foley, David Haines, Alan Henning and Peter Kassig.
A schoolfriend of the cold killer blasted Emwazi as “not a good Muslim” during his school years.
The ruthless extremist used to dress “like a gangster rapper”, according to the former friend.
She said: “He smoked drugs, drank and was violent towards other boys,” the anonymous friend said. “The fact he portrays himself as a strict Muslim is laughable and shameful.
“I never saw him pray or wear Islamic dress – he would not even mention religion at all.
“Being a Muslim myself I was very aware of it at the time. We had a gang and he was very much a part of it – which shows he is a total hypocrite.”…
“The fact he portrays himself as a strict Muslim is laughable and shameful.” The “anonymous friend” is another in the long parade of Muslims who try to shore up Islam’s sagging image by dissociating it from acts of hatred and violence committed in its name and in accord with its teachings. Emwazi might not be a “total hypocrite”; he is much more likely to be someone who realized that he was heading in the wrong direction with the drugs and drink, and decided to turn his life around by getting serious about his religion.