Jihadi Jack Muslim Convert Terrorist

Jihadi Jack: First white British youth to join ISIS is son of a middle-class organic farmer from Oxford

The first white British youth to join ISIS in Syria has been revealed to be the middle-class 20-year-old son of a organic farmer from Oxford.

Jack Letts, now known as Ibrahim or by the name Abu Muhammed, told his parents that he was going to study Arabic in Kuwait before secretly travelling to Syria, arriving in September 2014 when he was 18.

MailOnline understands ‘Jihadi Jack’ is now a frontline fighter for the brutal terror group and lives with his Iraqi wife and his son Muhammed in the Iraqi city of Fallujah having earlier lived in Raqqa, Syria.

  • canminuteman

    I wrote a similar comment to this at the DM, but it didn’t get published. There are pictures of this kid at school as a teen at the article, and he is the only native English kid in a class full of muslims. What did they think the outcome of that would be. When the “migrants” reach a critical mass it is an inevitability that we will integrate with them, rather than the other way around. This kid had no chance at all.

  • andycanuck

    The organic sh1t must have gotten to his brains; or childhood malnutrition.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I saw son of an organic farmer and knew he was ripe.

  • tom_billesley

    As cover stories go, “learning arabic” is a wearing thin.

    • Doug Kursk

      They may as well just state that they are going to learn how to properly field strip an AK-47 properly…they’ll let them in and allow them to return anyway…

  • Ron MacDonald

    The odds of him surviving another year are slim.

    • Blacksmith

      Hopefully he will meet Karma in its full glory.

      • tom_billesley

        By Brimstone or by Hellfire.

  • Hard Little Machine

    We need to have more of these people in the US. Empty the colleges of their social justice warriors and pack them all off to ISIS. I am 100% serious.

    • simus1

      Adrift empty human husks courtesy of the Min of Ed establishment, the “religious establishment”, and parents who decline to parent.
      Strange world.