One of the boys shown murdering prisoners in Islamic State’s new propaganda video is British, the terror group alleges. The footage shows five boys dressed in camouflage standing behind a row of kneeling prisoners in orange jumpsuits. After one boy makes a statement in Arabic the others raise their guns before shooting the prisoners, who are referred to in the video only as “atheist Kurds”, dead. The white child in the video is captioned as being called Abu Abdullah al-Britani, indicating that he is British. The name “al-Britani” (the Briton) has been taken on by many of the jihadists who left Britain to fight with Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. The other boys are captioned as al-Masri (the Egyptian), al-Tunisi (the Tunisian), al-Kurdi (the Kurd) and al-Uzbaki (the Uzbek). During the video, the youth identified as a Tunisian announces to the camera: “To the atheist Kurds, what is between me and you are days during which the hair of young children turns grey. The war with you has yet to begin. Neither America, France, Britain, nor Germany will benefit you,” according to Site Intelligence Group. The video also shows footage of elderly men killing Syrian soldiers, and men from rival Islamic groups being beheaded.