British doctors who served in ISIS have died near Mosul
Ahmed Sami Khider, from London, and Hisham Fadlallah, from Nottinghamshire, died near Mosul at the weekend (25-26 February), according to the BBC and Reuters.
“There is a really good medical service being provided here, lots of hospitals … paediatric hospitals, with specialised doctors,” said Khider in a 2015 ISIS propaganda video. “Dear brothers and sisters, we as Muslims and as doctors have a great responsibility. All you are doing is sitting in the West in the comfort of your homes. Use your skills and come here.”
The Foreign Office has not yet been able to confirm the deaths but Khider’s parents have reportedly travelled to Khartoum for a period of mourning.
GOT HIM! Brit jihadi from ISIS recruitment video killed in Mosul
It is believed he was killed in an ISIS convoy attempting to escape Mosul which came under fire from coalition troops.
Another Brit medical student, Hisham Fadlalla of Nottingham, who travelled with Khider to join ISIS is also suspected to have been killed in Iraq – but further details have not been released.
Khider was studying in Khartoum, Sudan when he left to become a terrorist in March last year with eight other young graduates.
Appearing in a recruitment video for the twisted group, Khider had urged Muslim doctors from the UK to join their ranks.
Khider also sickeningly tried to recruit Muslims in Sudan to join the jihadis in the vile video.
He added: "All my brothers in Sudan, brothers and sisters who are hesitant. Please open your eyes to make hijrah to this land, where people are fighting for Islam.
The video was targeted specifically at doctors and medics, urging them to join the murder cult.
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