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A British ISIS fighter who has threatened to return home has urged Muslims in the UK.

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A British ISIS fighter who has threatened to return home has urged Muslims in the UK to avenge the murder of a Saudi Arabian woman in Essex.

A man using the nom de guerre Abu Rashash Britani has previously claimed that he and other British insurgents have been ordered to return to Britain once they have finished fighting in Iraq and Syria by the fanatical ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Following the murder of 31-year-old PHD student Nahid Almanea in Colchester, Essex yesterday, Abu Rashash Britani said: ‘I call upon any brother to take up a knife and kill as they did #colchester’.

Jihadist: Abu Rashash Britani (picture taken from his Twitter account) has previously claimed that he and other British insurgents have been ordered to return home once they have finished fighting in Iraq and Syria

Following the murder of 32-year-old PHD student Nahid Al Manea in Colchester yesterday, Abu Rashash Britani urged Muslims to carry out revenge attacks

Following the murder of 32-year-old PHD student Nahid Al Manea in Colchester yesterday, Abu…

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MPs ban five Syria-linked jihadist groups in UK

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A masked ISIS militant aiming a gun at captured Iraqi men The proscribed organisations include ISIS which are known to have been involved in conflicts in Iraq and Syria

Five Syria-linked jihadist groups – including the The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) – have been banned in the UK by MPs.

Security minister James Brokenshire set out the motion, which was passed unopposed in the House of Commons on Thursday.

Security Minister Mr James Brokenshire

It will now be an offence to be a member of any of the groups in the UK.

Mr Brokenshire said terrorists from or connected to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq posed a threat to the UK security.

The list of proscribed organisations includes ISIS, whose fighters are known to have been involved in conflicts in both countries.

The four other groups to be banned are: Turkiye Halk Kurtulus Partisi-Cephesi (THKP-C); Kateeba al-Kawthar (KaK); Abdallah Azzam Brigades, including the Ziyad al-Jarrah Battalions…

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