Briton held in Turkey as terrorism suspect spoke of Isis ‘jail’ to UK press

A Briton who has been arrested in Turkey on suspicion of terror offences after fleeing Syria previously spoke to reporters about his attempt to escape the clutches of Islamic State, it has emerged.

The Guardian revealed on Wednesday that Stefan Aristidou had this week surrendered to authorities in the Turkish town of Kilis, about three miles from the Syrian border.

Aristidou, who grew up in Gordon Hill, Enfield, north London, went missing in April 2015 at the age of 20, after going to Cyprus, where he was last seen.

Aww too bad…

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  • ontario john

    Good news for muslim refugees in Wynne’s election budget. Wynne is giving away free abortion pills in her new budget. Now in the future their will be lots of room for muslim refugees, once all those racist white people disappear.

  • Millie_Woods

    He doesn’t look like any Briton I ever saw and the last I heard ISIS wasn’t in Cyprus. Sounds like a load of shit to me.