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A close-up of an ISIS flag is seen in this picture taken Feb. 18, 2016. REUTERS/DADO RUVIC/ILLUSTRATION

A new 25-minute propaganda video released by Islamic State group (also called ISIS), titled "Fight the leaders of disbelief," urged the terrorist organization's supporters to kill three Australian Islamic scholars for being “collaborators, informers and apostates” who discouraged violence.

Although the video did not directly name the individuals and was also used to condemn clerics from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries, the images of the three Australian Islamic scholars appear in the video which has been taken down from YouTube. The three Australians were identified as youth leader Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman, chaplain Sheikh Ahmed Abdo of New South Wales Police Force and the Grand Mufti of Australia, Ibrahim Abu Mohamed.

“Those traitors are sitting in air-conditioned rooms attacking the mujahideen and supporting the polytheists… put an end to their evilness and kill them,” the video said, according to Syndey Morning Herald which cited Fairfax.

Footage of Alsuleiman, where he can be seen criticizing the use of violence in the name of Islam, is also included in the video.

"Then inshallah I'm gonna kill those cops... I'm gonna go kill those kuffar [infidels], Allahu akbar, I'm gonna enter the jannah [heaven] upholding Islam. What Islam are you talking about?" he says in the video.

Sheikh Abdo, who provides spiritual guidance to Muslim police officers, was pictured in the video with Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione and the Grand Mufti was shown shaking hands with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and with inter-faith advocate and Gosford Anglican minister Rod Bowers.

The release of the video follows the publishing of an article in ISIS' Dabiq magazine in April 2016 that listed 21 "imams of kufr [infidelity]" who should be killed, including Australian doctor and charity worker Tawfique Chowdhury.

Australian authorities contacted several Muslim clerics in the country as part of their investigations into the ISIS propaganda video, ABC News 24 reported