American Rapper Douglas McAuthur McCain Killed Fighting for ISIS in Syria

American Douglas McAuthur McCain was killed fighting for ISIS in Syria this past weekend.
McCain went by his jihadi name “Duale ThaslaveofAllah” on Facebook and Twitter.
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Here’s a photo of Duale THaslaveofAllah from his Facebook page:
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Caption: Damn I miss my people.

Douglas was a rapper who traveled to Sweden to rap in the town of Vasteras at an underground rap show.


McCain was a convert to Islam.
Mideast Faces reported:

Douglas McAuthur McCain, 33, of San Diego California was killed over the weekend in fighting between the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and a Syrian opposition group, according to the Free Syrian Army.

After the battle, McCain, along with his American passport and the bodies of three other foreign jihadis were found.

McCain, who referred to himself as “Duale ThaslaveofAllah” on Facebook made his allegiance to Islam apparent on his social media pages. His Twitter bio read: “It’s Islam over everything.”

News of McCain’s passing comes as experts evaluate the threat of indoctrination and recruitment by ISIS and other militant groups online, luring ordinary Americans, Brits and other Westerners to join their cause. Studies estimate thousands of foreign recruits are currently fighting in both Syria and Iraq.

Pamela Geller has more on McCain:

Douglas McAuthur McCain was born in Illinois on Jan. 29, 1981. His family later moved to Minnesota’s Twin Cities area where he attended Robbinsdale Cooper High School in New Hope as part of the class of 1999.

Classmates at the school – which was described to NBC News as around 75 percent white and 10 percent African American – recalled an “always smiling” joker who liked to laugh and play basketball. McCain wasn’t on the high school team and didn’t come across as religious, according to one basketball buddy.

“He was a goofball in high school,” that classmate told NBC News. “Doug was a fun guy to be around. Played basketball, joked a lot, had a small sense of humor. Got along with most … Wasn’t the best athlete, but liked to play.”

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