END OF ISIS? Data leak ‘breakthrough’ reveals secrets that could help WIPE OUT jihadis

10 Mar

Richard Barrett, a former MI6 counterterrorism director, said the files could prove to be the “biggest breakthrough in years” in the fight against global terror.

The details were collected as part of Daesh’s induction process, which requires recruits to fill in a 23 question security card.

The questions included their date of birth, marital status, former employment, who recommended them, if they had fought before, their preferred role – such as, “fighter” – and any “specialist skills”.

The leaked names are believed to include Abdel Bary, 26, the son of a convicted terrorist who stepped up to fight for the group after previously working as a UK rap artist.


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