Two members of the Islamic State (formerly: ISIS/ISIL) sentenced to life imprisonment by the Iraqi authorities talked to RT journalist Eisa Ali in Baghdad in a rare interview filmed in May but released on Monday. Asked his opinion of Shia Muslims, Abu Usama, 27, said that "not all of them are with the Americans and there are even Sunnis with the Americans", adding that "for me everyone with the Americans is an infidel no matter if they are Sunni or Shia". The convicted Islamic State militant also admitted a special hatred for Americans following their decade-long occupation and war against Iraq, stating that "the Americans destroyed our nation". Abu Usama also admitted that "If I have the opportunity to kill the Americans I'll do it without hesitation". When asked why he did not take part in the political process in post-invasion Iraq, Abu Usama said "we don't have politicians to represent us". Abu Baraa was recruited into the militant organisation while working as a teacher at a religious school, while Abu Usama said that he was approached for recruitment while in prison. Both men admitted to transferring car bombs to Baghdad whilst they were members of the militant group.
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