Thousands of videos, graphics and other images have been collected together to form a growing propaganda archive
A Canadian national who narrated propaganda videos for the Islamic State group has been charged in the US.
Saudi-born Mohammed Khalifa was seized by a Kurdish-led militia in Syria in 2019 and later handed over to the FBI.
Prosecutors say the 38 year old was the “voice behind the violence”. They say he served as an IS fighter before translating and narrating videos.
He is to appear before a US court next week on charges of providing “material support to a terrorist organisation”
In a newspaper interview after his capture, Mr Khalifa said he had been a low-level fighter and “just the voice” of IS. He insisted that he had played no role in filming or carrying out the gruesome scenes he narrated