‘U dnt need much, u get wages here, u get food provided and place to stay’: The rough travel guide British ISIS fighters are using to lure fellow Britons in to waging Jihad in Iraq.Extremists from Britain who have arrived in Syria and Iraq, such as Abu Abdullah al-Britani (pictured), are now using social media to encourage others back home to follow suit. They advise people to travel light and bring a smart phone for internet access, but to leave religious books at home to avoid suspicion at the airport. The Islamists also highlight the need for visas for those heading to Turkey on route to neighbouring Syria and explain how money can be exchanged for local currency once in Syria but also suggest bringing extra cash in case of a delay crossing the border in Turkey. ‘U dnt need much, u get wages here, u get food provided and place to stay’Threat: Abu Abdullah al-Britani (left), uses social media to advise would-be militants in the UK. He is pictured here with another ISIS member, boasting on Twitter about drinking coffee in Ar-Raqqah, Syria
Kurdish intelligence estimates around 500 British muslims are now part of the ISIS militant group fighting in Iraq, who have previously fought in Syria. That allows 500 British passports to be revoked, which also saves the British tax payer a small fortune in social payments and housing benefits as that stops with immediate effect. The added bonus to their revoked status means ‘their’ next generation will not be born on British soil (who in turn would inevitably grow up as militant extremists sucking the life out of the country.) All in all a win-win situation, especially when ISIS hits the inevitable Islamic brick ‘Shiite’ wall in Iraq. Always retire to bed with a happy thought and a smile on your face… Yours Aye.