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Time For The British Police Arrest ISIS Trolls And Other Existential Threats

by | 3rd, July 2014

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ISIS is spending some of its time trolling the UK and the USA.

The Mirror leads with news that British-born Nasser Muthana has tweeted: “UK is afraid I come back with skills I’ve gained.”

Skills are allegedly building bombs, poor sentence structures and the more serious crime of making threats online.

Nasser describes himself as a “soldier of the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham”. It’s the fantasy state that sounds like an existential questison: ‘Is Is?”

Nasser and his 17-year-old brother Aseel are fighting for jihadis in Syria.

Another Briton being emplyed by ISIS  to recruit his countryment to the cause is Reyaad Khan, 2o.

Channel 4 says of the lads:

Reyaad Khan, 20, was said to have once dreamed of becoming Britain’s first Asian prime minister. Nasser Muthana once planned to go to medical school, it has been reported.

They probably once wanted to be spacemen, cowboys or train drivers, but what with Britain’s space programme, a lack of open range and the RMU, they turned instead to fighting Muslims.

Channel 4 adds:

Khan’s mother, who has not been identified, appealed to her only

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