Syria: Al Qaeda-Linked Group Shows off New British Recruits

Western governments and intelligence agencies have long voiced their concerns that the steady stream of young Muslims leaving their countries to fight in Syria are both fueling the conflict there and pose a potential security threat should they return home some day – radicalized and well-trained in military combat.

But despite efforts to stem the tide, Islamists from across Europe, North America and elsewhere in the western world are still managing to make their way to the battlefield, and continue to urge their coreligionists to join them

In a video released just today, an offshoot of Al Qaeda in Syria, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (better known as ISIS) released a video hailing the successful arrival of three new British recruits.