Prominent Calgary terrorist Farah Shirdon confirmed killed in Iraq Thursday, September 07, 2017 07:36 PM MDT Frame grab from an ISIS video, of Calgarian, Farah Mohamed Shirdon, who was fighting overseas with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.ISIS video frame grab/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency American defence officials have confirmed a Calgarian who took up arms with the Islamic State was killed over two years ago. An official with the U.S. Central Command public affairs office confirmed to Postmedia that Farah Mohamed Shirdon — who in 2014 fled to Syria and in the process became a de facto spokesman of the notorious terror organization — was killed in July 2015 in Mosul, Iraq. News of the 24-year-old's death confirms what many had suspected of the Calgarian's fate, who came to prominence three years ago when he burned his Canadian passport in an ISIS propaganda video, issuing threats of jihad against western nations. "We are coming and will destroy you ... this is a message for Canada and for all @EdmontonDivorceMediator America," said Shirdon in the 2014 video, who also went by the nom de guerre Abu Usamah as-Somali.
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