ISIS beheads journalist

Yesterday, the militant group ISIS uploaded a grisly YouTube video showing the apparent beheading of American photojournalist James Wright Foley by a masked militant who spoke with a British accent.

The horrific video begins with footage of President Obama explaining why he ordered U.S. fighter jets to drop bombs on ISIS positions in Iraq earlier this month.

The video, which is titled: “A Message to #America (from the #IslamicState)”, was quickly removed by YouTube.

In the video, Foley is forced to blame the U.S. government for his death.

After sawing off Foley’s head, the British terrorist threatens to execute Time magazine reporter Steven Sotloff if Obama doesn’t stop the bomb strikes. A terrified Sotloff is seen at the end of the video.

Foley, 40, was captured in Lybia in early 2012. He was released by his captors but he decided to travel to Syria where he was recaptured by an “organized gang” as he left an Internet cafe in Nov. 2012.

Sotloff (pictured below in a screen grab from the video) was abducted in Syria in August 2013.

ISIS beheads journalist

The White House in a statement said President Obama, who is golfing in Martha’s Vineyard, is aware of the video. So far Obama has not released a personal statement.

Obama was widely criticized for negotiating to release American traitor Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for 5 top Taliban terrorists from Guantánamo Bay.

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