Suspected 'ISIS recruiter' bombed during middle of propaganda video

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A suspected ‘ISIS recruiter’ has reportedly been bombed during the middle of filming a video.

It’s unclear when the footage was filmed, but video shows a man being hit by a strike.

The French launched airstrikes on Islamic State following the tragic Paris attacks, which killed 130 people, but it’s unclear if they were responsible for this bomb.

France has since released video of their strikes against ISIS.

It’s believed the video was filmed between November 15 and 17, it was uploaded to YouTube on November 18.

Some commenters claimed the video was filmed before the Paris massacre and shared by the Syrian National Defence Force.

It’s likely the video being filmed was aimed to recruit new members to Islamic State.

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