London: Boasting in the desert and scowling threateningly at the camera, Islamic State murderer Jihadi John has been filmed unmasked in Syria for the very first time.
John who has taken part in several gruesome beheadings of at least seven hostages in Syria including two Britons has vowed to continue ‘cutting more heads in future.
Moreover, he promises to return back to Britain with the terror group's self-styled leader.
In a nerve-jangling one minute 17 second new video, the knife wielding fanatic is seen taking vow to murder all unbelievers and is heard saying, “I will go back to Britain... and will carry on cutting heads off'.
John was last seen in a sickening Islamic State video at the end of January, beheading Japanese hostage Kenji Goto.
The film was secretly obtained by rebel fighters of the Free Syrian Army.
Abu Rashid, from the Syrian city of Aleppo, is believed to have received the footage through Viber. He then forwarded it to Bulgarian counter-terrorist police.
After Jihadi John's identity was revealed, several pictures of him emerged from his school days in the UK.
There was speculation that Emwazi alias Jihadi John had fled with IS to Libya. Though, other reports showed that he was on the run inside Syria from his fellow fighters who supposedly wanted him dead.
Jihadi John is one of the world's most wanted men having a price of £6 million on his head by the US. After John beheaded American captive James Foley, in the Syrian desert a year ago, he became the world's most wanted jihadi.
After James Foley, fellow American Steven Sotloff, 31, was beheaded on 2nd September 2014, and Briton David Haines, 44, from Perth, Scotland, became Jihadi John's third victim on 13th September, 2014.
Mr David Haines's death was followed by that of Manchester taxi-driver Alan Henning, 47, on October, 2014 whose execution aggravated denunciation from the West and the Islamic world as he had travelled to Syria to do humanitarian work with a group of British Muslims.
American aid worker Peter Kassig, 26, was Jihadi John's fifth Western victim, beheaded on November 2014 and in January, Japanese hostages Haruna Yukawa, 42, and Mr Goto, 47, became his last two victims on February 2015.
Jihadi John has also been seen in a video taking part in the beheadings of at least 17 Syrian soldiers.