One of the most wanted Australian IS recruiter Neil Prakash got killed in a US airstrike in northern Iraq’s Mosul city. Prakash was of Indian origin, claim officials.
He was Australia’s most prominent ISIS recruiter with the highest target value, as per Australian Attorney General George Brandis.
According to Brandis, the Australian authorities were instrumental in provision of US allies with Prakash’s location, the Australian of Fijian-Indian and Cambodian background from Mosul.
He was in contact with various Australia-based attack plans and called for lone-wolf strikes against Washington.
Brandis said that Prakash actively inspired and incited domestic terror attacks with Australia, CNN quoted. The 24-year-old Australian citizen of Cambodian and Fijian heritage was also known as Abu Khaled al-Cambodi. He converted from Buddhism in 2012 and moved to Syria a year later.