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Canadian pleads guilty to narrating Islamic State videos

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Washington (AFP) – A Canadian jihadist who fought for the Islamic State (IS) group and narrated violent propaganda videos pleaded guilty in a US court Friday, the Justice Department announced.  Mohammed Khalifa, 38, admitted to “conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization (ISIS), resulting in death,” and will be sentenced on April 15, 2022, the department said in a statement, using another acronym for the jihadist group. He faces a life sentence.  Khalifa, who was born in Saudi Arabia, was captured during a firefight in January 2019 by Kurdish-dominate…

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