World’s most wanted man, Mohammed Emwazi a.k.a. Jihadi John, is believed to have been killed in a U.S. drone strike at the very heart of the Islamic State’s Syrian capital, Raqqa.
Pentagon officials are ’99 per cent’ sure they have wiped out the British ISIS executioner right in the centre of the terror group’s stronghold of Raqqa late last night.
Jihadi John has appeared in sickening beheading videos of Western hostages including two British aid work
He is believed to have been hit near a symbolic clo
ck tower where the group carries out barbaric killings, including crucifixions, after capturing the city two years ago, activists said.
According to MailOnline, Bethany Haines, 18, the daughter of one of his British victims, David Haines, today told how she felt ‘an instant sense of relief’ after hearing reports of his death, having previously said she would only have closure ‘once there’s a bullet between his eyes’.
But Stuart Henning, the nephew of British aid worker Alan Henning, who was also butchered by Emwazi, said he had mixed feelings because he had ‘wanted the coward behind the mask to suffer’