Friday, 24 February 2017

‘I WANTED TO SPIT IN THEIR FACES’ Brit ISIS fanatic Jamal Al-Harith who blew himself up in Mosul after ‘getting £1m from taxpayers’ gave ranting TV interview days after his release from Guantanamo

‘I WANTED TO SPIT IN THEIR FACES’

Brit ISIS fanatic Jamal Al-Harith who blew himself up in Mosul after ‘getting £1m from taxpayers’ gave ranting TV interview days after his release from Guantanamo

The Manchester-born terrorist, 50, who converted to Islam in 1992, also revealed his intention to sue for compensation after spending two years inside the jail.
He was locked up at the notorious camp in Cuba in March 2002 after being captured in Afghanistan by US troops who suspected him of being a Taliban sympathiser.
But he was freed two years later following intense lobbying by Tony Blair’s Labour government.

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