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New ISIS Video Suggests Media-Friendly Defector Lied About His Own Role

NEW YORK ? Since escaping from Islamic State-controlled Syria, former militant Harry Sarfo has described his harrowing experience in the terrorist group to German authorities and several news outlets, including The New York Times. Sarfo’s public role is rare given that Western news organizations are largely forced to report on the extremist group by communicating remotely with militants and activists on the inside.
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