Good News London Jihadist Killed In Syria

A Muslim terrorist from London has been killed whilst fighting in Syria. Abu Daighum al-Britani was said to be a leader of a platoon of British islamists allied with Al Qaeda linked group ISIS.

I don’t usually talk bad of the dead as life is a valuable gift and the loss of it is tragic. But this is one of the few exceptions i will make as i have absolutely no sympathy what so ever. He went to Syria to kill others in the name of Islam. He was pictured showing off with the body of murdered troops loyal to Assad. He got what he deserves.

He is one less Muslim terrorist we now have to worry about returning to the UK.

London Islamist leader ‘killed in Syria’

 Evening Standard

Waging war: Abu Daighum al-Britani, left with Abu Abdurrahman al-Britani, who is also from London

Updated: 11:53, 03 June 2014

A suspected senior London member of a terror group fighting in Syria has been killed, it was reported today.

Abu Daighum al-Britani is said to be a leader in the Rayat al-Tawheed, a  collection of British fighters allied to the extremist rebel group Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham, or ISIS.

About 20 British fighters are believed to have been killed in the civil war.

The Rayat al-Tawheed or Banner of God group said in a statement online: “May Allah accept him.”

It is thought Abu Daighum is one of two London fighters who are leading members of the British terror faction.

In one online photograph he is shown holding the head of a decapitated government fighter, and he is also believed to have appeared in a Banner of God video posted on Facebook in January trying to recruit “gangsters” from  the capital for jihad in Syria.

In another photograph he and fellow Londoner Abu Abdurrahman al-Britani pose with Kalashnikov rifles. The pair have been uploading propaganda pictures for followers in Britain.

Rayat al-Tawheed operates a number of social networking accounts and the suspected leaders can be heard in videos speaking with London accents.

Hundreds of Britons have travelled to Syria to take part in the fighting with significant numbers joining al Qaeda-linked rebels or other extremist groups battling to topple the regime of president Bashar Assad. Scotland Yard revealed that Syria-related terrorism arrests had soared to 16 so far this year, compared with 24 for all of 2013.

Two men, aged 19 and 20, were arrested at Heathrow airport at the weekend in connection with the Syrian insurgency. There have been warnings about the terror threat to the UK from fighters returning from the conflict in Syria. Foreign Secretary William Hague said they were an “increasing threat to our own national security.”

Shiraz Maher, a senior researcher for the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation based at King’s College London, said: “We believe the main characters involved with Rayat al-Tawheed come from London.

“We have deduced this based on our discussions with foreign fighters, our extensive record-keeping of foreign fighter activity in Syria, and our maintenance of social network maps which allows us to plot activity and associations in a visual form.”

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