The high-quality footage bore the markings of the ISIS media wing, and shows five men "confessing" to filming and photographing sites in exchange for money within Raqqa, the capital of the group's self-declared caliphate. It could not be independently verified.
The men, speaking Arabic, are introduced as "the enemy" and "apostates." Several said they were given hidden cameras with lenses disguised as shirt buttons to provide images and videos to a contact in Turkey. One said he later saw that his videos appearing in international media including Britain's ...
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