Two hundred British Islamic State fighters who have travelled to Iraq and Syria have been stripped of their passports, a terror chief disclosed today.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said this left up to 100 IS fighters who are left in the war-ravaged region and could in theory attempt to return to Britain.
Why would a passport make any difference to a jihadist?
Mohamed Elshinawy pleaded guilty to charges of supporting ISIS and making false statements back in August 2017.
Federal prosecutors say Elshinawy was also looking to target federal buildings in Baltimore.
A Somali migrant and Dutch national living in the UK discussed killing Her Majesty The Queen with a fellow Islamic State jihadist supporter, a court has heard.
Aweys Shikhey also allegedly fanaticised about shooting Jewish people near his home in London and attacking Tottenham Hotspur football club with Kenya-based Somalian Abdirahman Idrissa Hassan in conversations dating back to May 31st, 2016.
The tiny Caribbean nation, with a population of just 1.3 million, lies about 10,000km from the former Isis capital in Raqqa. Yet at the bloody peak of the group’s power, Trinidad and Tobago had one of the highest recruitment rates in the world.
Newly-released FBI documents obtained by Clarion Project confirm Clarion’s reports that Jamaat ul-Fuqra is training members in isolated communes across America and Canada.
Abdiraham also said in the statement that Americans will not be safe as long as “your country is at war with Islam.”
In a video released this week, Khalid Batarfi, a top commander with the group’s Yemen-based operation (Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula), said “killing them is one of the most important things.”
Abdulrahman Alcharbati emailed site’s moderators asking to be reinstated.
His account was taken down and he was told it would not be reactivated.
But Facebook relented following a series of angry emails from the 31-year-old.
When Alchabarti was arrested months later he was found to be in possession of a detailed bomb-making manual, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
One is heading to New Jersey, another to Tennessee to study human rights which is the trade of the hard-left. Others are going to North Carolina, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, states the left wants to turn blue for the most part. This is one group of at least forty. No American, Australian or U.N. official will tell us who they are and where they are going in the States.
The man convicted in the 2016 bombing in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood that injured 30 people has been trying to radicalize other inmates, federal prosecutors say.
While the federal government tries to downplay the threat of terrorism, Canada’s problem with returning ISIS fighters appears more serious than what the U.S. faces, despite our population being a fraction of the size.
ISIS jihadis have been caught trying to break through the border and smuggle into Europe as recently as this week.
Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali each face three charges: attempting to leave Canada to commit a terror act abroad; possession of an explosive substance; and committing an act under the direction or for the profit of a terrorist organization.
Salman’s attorneys argue that she does not have the mental capacity to have helped plan the Pulse attack and any confession she gave the FBI came after being interviewed for more than a dozen hours.
“That apparently is the government’s theory, that a special ed student who they could get to confess after 18 hours was actually a brilliant mastermind,” her attorney, Charles Swift, argued during a February hearing.
Islamic State terrorists are back in Canada, and the Trudeau government doesn’t seem to have a clue how to handle the situation. This cluelessness was on display in Question Period last week when Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau how many ISIS jihadists were back in Canada.