New Photos Show 'Jihadi John' Unmasked in Warzone

PHOTO: Mohammed Emwazi, also known as "Jihadi John", appears unmasked in ISIS photos.PlayObtained by ABC News
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Two new photographs of “Jihadi John” surfaced online today, showing the ISIS executioner in a warzone but without his infamous black mask.

“Jihadi John,” identified as British national Mohammed Emwazi, was confirmed dead by the terror group in a magazine last week, felled by a drone strike on his vehicle. U.S. officials said in November they believed Emwazi had been killed.

PHOTO: Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John, appears in photos released by an ISIS-affiliate media outlet.Obtained by ABC News
Mohammed Emwazi, also known as "Jihadi John," appears in photos released by an ISIS-affiliate media outlet.

PHOTO: Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John, appears unmasked in ISIS photos.Obtained by ABC News
Mohammed Emwazi, also known as "Jihadi John", appears unmasked in ISIS photos.

The two photos of Emwazi were published online today in a report circulated by an ISIS-affiliated media outlet. It was not immediately clear where or when the photographs were taken, but in the background one is a vehicle is shown with what appears to be an emblem of Iraq.

Emwazi came to the world’s attention in August 2014 when he was featured in a horrific video apparently murdering American journalist James Foley. Other videos followed, appearing to show Emwazi killing one innocent hostage after another, including two other Americans.

PHOTO: The man dubbed Jihadi John appears in a video released by ISIS on Jan. 19, 2015.Obtained by ABC
The man dubbed "Jihadi John" appears in a video released by ISIS on Jan. 19, 2015.

Described by British Prime Minister David Cameron as a “barbaric murderer,” Emwazi was lauded by ISIS in its latest magazine and praised for his “mercy, kindness, and a generosity towards believers.”

PHOTO: An image of Mohammed Emwazi his time at the University of Westminster, published in the British press Feb. 27, 2015.Fair Use
An image of Mohammed Emwazi his time at the University of Westminster, published in the British press Feb. 27, 2015.