The chief Isis executioner, Jihadi John, reportedly is on the run over fears that eventually he too will be beheaded by 'jealous jihadists.'
Jihadi John, whose real name is Mohammed Emwazi, is the man responsible for beheading British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotlofff. However, the notoriety that brought him widespread public recognition, has now led to his fall as he is being hunted by the Isis, according to Mirror.
A source told Mirror that Emwazi is "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."
The Kuwaiti-born British national also is aware that he is being hunted by the special forces, the report noted. A joint terrorism task force, that has members from CIA and US special forces (DEVGRU) has been deployed in Syria to hunt down 'Jihadi John.'
A report in June, however, found that Emwazi was able to slip out of Syria and has now crossed in to Libya.
The 26-year-old, who has beheaded at least five people on Isis videos, was last seen in the beheading video of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto. It is believed that since British intelligences agencies were able to establish the real identity of Jihadi John, he now fears for his life and is on the run.
Emwazi, who was born in Kuwait and belongs to the Baudoin tribe, travelled to Syria in 2012 to join Isis. The Bedouins are stateless people who have no citizenship in Kuwait and hence, enjoy no privileges.