A former Otago University student from Australia who joined Islamic State in 2015 has fronted a new propaganda video.
Paediatric doctor Tareq Kamleh is shown in a working hospital in one scene, and holding a machine gun in another, telling Muslims they have "no self-respect" if they don't join.
Kamleh first appeared in a propaganda video in 2015, months after his shock departure from a Queensland Children's hospital.
Kamleh studied health sciences at the University of Otago in 2003 and lived in Cumberland Hall. His former friends told the Otago Daily Times he was a "really popular" student, but missed the cut for the university's medical programme.
His Australian accent is still noticeable in the latest video, which focuses on civilian victims of airstrikes.
"We're dealing with the countless numbers of burnt children that are coming in at the moment from the continuous bombings that America is dropping on us," he says, standing in front of a hospital bed.
"You are living in the countries that are sending us rockets. You are living in the countries that are killing Muslim men here and you are paying taxes still to them. You have no honour."
Kamleh is also filmed inside a tunnel under Raqqa, Syria, attacking Muslims who haven't joined the terrorist group.
A warrant has been issued for his arrest.