(CNN) - The FBI has a Boston man on its most wanted terrorist list. That's according to a law enforcement source. That source says Ahmad Abousamra is suspected of helping the Islamic State (IS) with its American social media campaign. Intelligence sources say it makes sense that ISIS would want to recruit a guy like American Ahmad Abousamra. He grew up near Boston. Holds both a Syrian and U.S. passport. And graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a degree in the field of computer technology. Believed to be in his early 30s, Abousamra is fluent in both English and Arabic. The FBI released this audio recording they say is Abousamra. It's unclear who he's speaking to. "They don't have a warrant, they don't have a right to do that. Make sure you tell your mother that next time because they might scare her," a man says on the audio. Although authorities will not confirm Abousamra's role in the Islamic State, if any, a law enforcement official tells CNN that they're looking into whether he might be involved in the murder-group's media wing, specifically its English social-media, including Facebook, an on-line magazine and Twitter, which recently suspended the group's account.
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