AN Irish Jihadi has blown himself up in a bomb-making factory in the city of Raqqa in Syria.
Muthenna Abu Taubah, 24, who defended the actions of terror group IS previously on social media blew himself up as well as his best friend in an accident in Raqqa, the so-called capital of the Islamic State.
Taubah, an alias name, described himself as 'half Irish, half Nigerian' before the accident and also attended school in London before opting to join IS.
The news was discovered by BBC journalist Nina Arif who had been discussions with the Irish Jihadi through the WhatsApp service.
The pair had discussed the actions of IS with the conversations getting heated, which resulted in Taubah ceasing communications with Arif.
After trying to establish contact once again through a friend of Taubah she discovered that he had been killed.