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HOW ONE IN FOUR FOREIGNERS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP FOR ISIS ARE BRITISH

HOW ONE IN FOUR FOREIGNERS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP FOR ISIS ARE BRITISH

 

James Foley: Tributes were paid yesterday to the 'courageous, fearless' warzone journalist

James Foley: Tributes were paid yesterday to the ‘courageous, fearless’ warzone journalist

The Briton’s role as a negotiator and self-styled executioner shows the extent to which British Muslims have become embedded in IS.

It will also raise questions as to whether enough is being done to stem the flow of UK fighters to Syria and Iraq.

The Government puts the figure at around 500 while a further 250 are thought to have already returned to the UK where the police and security services are attempting to watch them.

David Cameron this morning returned to his family holiday in Cornwall – less than 24 hours after flying back to London for emergency talks over the brutal killing.

The Prime Minister insisted he would continue to monitor the developing crisis in Iraq, but his decision to leave Downing Street will spark controversy. Mr Cameron’s Cornish break is his third holiday this year – and his fifteenth since moving into Downing Street in May 2010.

Mr Cameron is already under mounting pressure to recall Parliament over Britain’s growing involvement in the Iraqi government’s fight against Islamic State terrorists bringing mayhem to the region.

It came as President Obama’s conduct attracted growing criticism after he played golf immediately after he gave a speech condemning the murder of Mr Foley.

Four minutes after leaving the podium Obama teed-off and was seen laughing with friends and fist-bumping them during a five-hour round at Farm Neck Golf Course on Martha’s Vineyard - his seventh 18-holes in ten days.

Shiraz Maher, of King’s College London’s international centre for the study of radicalisation, told the By Edos News that British recruits were ‘among some of the most vicious and vociferous fighters who are out there’ and ‘that is unfortunately just a part of their radicalisation’.

Messages written on Twitter by British jihadis before the release of the video appeared to suggest some had prior knowledge of the killing. 

Reyaad Khan, 20, a former college student from Cardiff who has been in Syria for several months, tweeted in advance a picture of Mr Foley’s severed head.

Nasser Muthana, 20, who travelled to Syria with Khan and his younger brother Aseel, 17, also revelled in the murder, mocking Americans for failing to protect their own.

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