18:02 10 February 2015
The Islamic State has released a new propaganda video featuring British journalist hostage John Cantlie who gave a tour of Aleppo, where there are ongoing battles between ISIS, the Free Syrian Army, and various rebel groups as well as fighters loyal to the Assad regime.
This is the 10th time that Cantlie appeared in a video released by ISIS and the third time he gave a tour of the ISIS-held territory.
The expensively filmed and professional edited footage is a 12-minute documentary style that includes the British journalist interviewing the fighters. He said that the last video is “the last in this series.”
At one point in the video, he points out a drone surveillance aircraft flying overhead. 'The mujahideen really don't care how many eyes in the sky are looking down on them,' Cantlie says before calmly adding: 'At some point that drone will betaking photographs, dropping bombs or firing missiles.
He then said that he and his captors were five minutes away when Syrian regime aircraft bombed the area.
The video also showed footages of ISI militants fishing, chatting, and drinking teat on the banks of the Euphrates River.