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The footage seems to show that Matimba, long thought to be a fringe figure in the terror group, is actually a key figure and is now likely to be the UK's most wanted terrorists - if he is still alive.
The video was captured by a source in Raqqa in 2014 who gave it to The Telegraph after the area of the city he lives in was liberated by US-backed SDF forces, who now have the city surrounded.
A British ISIS terrorist with links to the Manchester bombings has been caught on film for the first time alongside other notorious jihadis form this country.
Raymond Matimba, who was born in Zimbabwe but lived in Manchester before joining ISIS, was filmed in a cafe in Raqqa, Syria, talking with the likes of Mohammed Emwazi, aka Jihadi John, ISIS hacker Junaid Hussain, and recruiter Reyaad Khan.
The source also said Matimba was known for his skills with a rifle and trained ISIS snipers.
In every photo and the video he is shown with an AK at his side. His family say he updated them on his life in Raqqa until last year, when he stopped responding.He was killed in a drone strike on Raqqa in August 2015Shortly afterward he fled to Syria alongside new wife Sally Jones, a mother-of-one and former singer in a punk band who he converted to radical Islam.Once in Syria he became a potent terror recruiter and is believed to have helped plan attacks in Europe and the US, alongside Jones.Matimba is known to have links with Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi, as the pair were recruited to join ISIS by the same man, Raphael Hostey.They are also thought to have visited the same mosque together in south Manchester before Matimba, who also goes by the name Abu Qaqa al-Britani al-Afro, left the UK - first going to Barcelona and then to Turkey where he crossed into Syria.For that, Hussain was jailed for six months before ending up back in police custody the following year on suspicion of violent disorder, before being bailed.