“Instead, Hussein travelled with university student Zubair Nur, who was then 19, a former deputy head boy at a prestigious Church of England school.”
You can be sure that no one at that “prestigious Church of England school” ever tried to change Zubair Nur’s way of thinking. To have done so would have been “Islamophobic.”
This story claims that Nur “had fallen under Hussein’s influence” and so turned to jihad. So who influenced Hussein? Has anyone investigated the mosque these young Muslims attended? Why not?
“Isis fighter revealed as Londoner who left UK three years ago,” by Zoe Drewett, Metro.co.uk, October 24, 2017:
An Islamic State fighter who appeared in a propaganda video threatening Donald Trump has been outed as a Londoner.
Ibrahim Hussein left the UK three years before the video emerged as part of a cell of teenagers in the capital.
In the video – believed to have been filmed in Raqqa a few weeks before its liberation – the jihadi fighter from south London warned of a ‘wave of new terror attacks’ on Italy and Turkey.
Speaking directly to the camera, he said: ‘We will slaughter you in your own houses.’
He then went on to target the US President, saying: ‘This is a message to the new pharaoh of today, Donald Trump.’
‘You might have your eyes on Raqqa and Mosul but we have our eyes on Constantinople and Rome.’
The terrorist fighter is suspected of leading a cell of British youngsters who travelled from London to Raqqa together in 2014.
He vanished after failing to turn up to play football with friends one day.
One friend – who asked to remain anonymous – told ITV News: ‘He messaged the team saying “Brothers if you don’t see me in paradise ask for me”.
‘Then he left the group. At the time we didn’t think much of it. We just thought he couldn’t make it.’
Instead, Hussein travelled with university student Zubair Nur, who was then 19, a former deputy head boy at a prestigious Church of England school.
A friend of both men said Nur had fallen under Hussein’s influence.
‘Hussein had this art of speech. He sounds like one of those retired NFL coaches who give motivational speeches.
‘We had a group of kids in our class and he was the ringleader. He was always orchestrating chaos.’…