The 17-year-old, named in local media as Abdullah Elmir but who calls himself "Abu Khaled," carried a rifle and directly addressed Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott in the video posted online, the Sydney Morning Herald said.
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A teenager who ran away from Australia to join jihadists in Iraq and Syria has reappeared months later in a video from ISIS, vowing to "not stop fighting", reports said Tuesday.A spokesman for the prime minister said in a statement the video showed the threat posed by ISIS, also known as ISIL.Australia raised its terror threat level in September to "high" after years on "medium" on growing concern about returning jihadists, while Abbott has warned that those fighting with extremists could face lengthy jail terms if they come home.Australia has also joined the U.S.-led international coalition against ISIS, with its combat aircraft conducting their first airstrikes in Iraq in early October.
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