canberra - A notorious Australian member of terrorist organization Islamic State (IS) still appears to be alive. Neil Prakash, who is considered topronselaar of jihadists, according to the Australian Broadcasting ABS few weeks ago arrested by the Turkish authorities. He was caught when he crossed the border with false documents.
The Australian authorities had turkey on intelligence tipped over Prakash, ABC reported Friday based on anonymous sources. Even The New York Times wrote that the man is still alive. The newspaper relies on sources within the US government. Officially confirmed anything.
His arrest is notable as Prakash was declared dead before. He would be killed in a US bombing in Mosul. The Australian government called his alleged death in May ' a very, very positive development in the war against Daesh and the war on terror. ' Daesh is the Arabic name for IS.
Prakash was born in Melbourne. His family is from Fiji and Cambodia. He is certainly one of the 110 Australians who have joined IS.