Mysterious writer behind ISIS-K propaganda calls himself 'the Canadian'

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A mysterious writer making propaganda for an Afghan branch of ISIS claimed to be based somewhere in Canada which, experts say, could be cause for concern among authorities. 

Voice of Khurasan, an online publication used by the Islamic State of Khorasan (ISIS-K), which is suspected of being behind the Moscow attack that killed at least 140 people last week, includes several contributions from a person who publishes under the name Sulaiman Dawood al-Kanadie. 

The last part of the handle means “the Canadian” in Arabic and has been used by several high-profile ISIS members from Canada in the past.

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