A child who appears to execute an Arab Israeli in a video released this week by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group is said to have been recognized by classmates in France, an official said Friday.
The schools inspector in the Haute-Garonne district in southern France said students in the city of Toulouse believe they recognized the boy, who appears to be no more than 12.
The man standing nearby, speaking in French, issues threats against Jews in France, before the boy walks around in front of the hostage and shoots him in the forehead using a pistol.
Sources familiar with the case have said the boy may be 31-year-old Essid’s stepson.
Known to intelligence services as a key figure in the radical Islamist community in the southern city of Toulouse, Essid is suspected to have left France for Syria last year.
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Source News: Al Arabiya News