Senior ISIS leader al-Shishani surfaces in Libya
Tarachan Batirashvili, also known as senior Islamic State leader Omar al-Shishani, has fled from Syria to the Libyan city of Sirte where he is trying to expand the terrorist organization's presence in the country . The terrorist known for his cruelty, his ability to escape capture and his recruitment of "Jihadi John" was born in 1986 and served in the Georgian army. Today he is one of the most wanted terrorists by both Western and Russian intelligence services. The fighting in Syria has resulted in the doubling of the ISIS fighters in Libya to about 6,500.