Muslim terrorist brothers are killed ‘fighting jihad for ISIS in Syria after fleeing the UK two years ago’

Two British brothers are believed to have been killed fighting for ISIS in Syria.

Khalif Shariff, 21, and 18-year-old Abdulrahman are understood to have left their home in Manchester and travelled to the war-torn country in November 2014.

Their parents Abdullahi, 50, and Fatuma, 48, were informed of the news by ISIS militants.

Mohammed Shafiq, chairman of the Greater Manchester-based Ramadhan Foundation, said the terror group had confirmed Abdulrahman had been killed and that his elder brother is missing ‘presumed dead’.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    British? You mean Asian.

    • Maurice Miner

      “Asian” in Brit-Speak encompasses peoples of Middle-Eastern background, as well as the Indian/Pakistani “sub-continent” as they call it.

      Obviously, clear racial nomenclature is required, in case someone (anyone?) gets the wrong idea as to which particular group is being vilified.

      I would in fact propose the Australian Model of Racial Identification (AMRI):

      Asian = people from China, Japan, Korea(s), Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma, Tibet, Mongolia, what is generally considered “South-East Asia” and similar places;

      Curry-munchers = India/Pakistan/Fiji;

      Reffos = anyone from the Middle East, Africa, and other completely failed states, seeking gender or citizenship reassignment.

      SO, long story short, when British media refers to people as “Asian”, they should be sub-categorised as “Asian”, “Curry-munchers” or “Reffos”. Well, according to AMRI anyway.

      Just a thought.

      • tom_billesley

        British media are at a loss for words when there is street violence between Pakistanis and Sikhs. They don’t want to use the “P” word.

  • Minicapt

    “Send in the next pair!”