Islamic State, one year on: Where do its fighters come from?

About 3,000 fighters have gone to join the extremist group in Syria and Iraq from Tunisia and many more thousands have gone from their homes in Europe

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  • just a thought

    How “cosmopolitan.”

    • Frau Katze

      Belgium sure has a lot.

  • Damn, Canada is falling far behind – I am sure Justin and Omar will work on the issue.

    • terrence

      so will the Non-Democratic Party

    • Frau Katze

      We’re minor league. Europe has left us in the dust.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        And Martha Stewart would say ‘and that’s a good thing’.

  • Gary

    I’m waiting to hear from the CBC that Maher Arar was arrested in in Iraq and jailed without a Lawyer and that Harper has yet to act on getting back this innocent Canadian muslim on ‘Vacation’ there with his family .

  • Kathy Nelson

    The only reason that the USA is not listed here is because it doesn’t supply many fighters, it just supplies supplies to keep the violence hot and ripe.

  • edlancey

    Algerians are only under-represented because they need a visa to go to Turkey.

    Says it all about our nato ally…

  • It’s a good thing that Europe has a lazy immigration policy.

    (sarcasm function disabled)

  • Ho Hum

    Notice Canada has the same number of Jihadists as the United States despite the fact we are less than one tenth the size of the U.S. The proves that our Muslim problem is ten times worse than the U.S. Muslim problem on a per capita basis thanks to the traitor politicians who have flooded Canada with Muslims post 9-11