LONDON (Web Desk) – British terrorist Mohammed Emwazi – known as Jihadi John – has fled the IS terror network and gone on the run in Syria, according to sources.
He is said to have been terrified by the publicity when he was identified as the murderer of British and American hostages and fears being hunted down.
British and American special forces are in both Iraq and Syria.
One of their priorities is to find the 26-year-old from London and either bring him to justice or kill him.
Emwazi is also believed to fear his unmasking had diminished his value as an IS killer and also that jealous fellow jihadists might plot against him.
He may have joined a less well-known jihadist group somewhere in Syria to try to hide from the huge manhunt for him across the Middle East.
Emwazi is wanted for the gruesome killings of journalists and aid workers Stephen Sotloff, James Foley, David Haines, Alan Henning and Peter Kassig.
A source said IS killers would drop Emwazi “like a stone or worse if they feel he is no longer of any use to them.
“So it is possible he will end up suffering the same fate as his victims”.