REVEALED: Secret ISIS unit training British jihadis to launch terror attacks on the UK
A SECRET ISIS unit, which trained Paris and Brussels terrorists, has also been teaching British jihadis to launch devastating attacks on the UK, a captured fighter has revealed.
The ISIS fighter, captured by Kurdish forces in Syria, confirmed rumours that the terror group had been training British militant in a unit known as the al-Kharsa brigade.
The fighter, in an interview with the Times under the guard of Kurdish force, said: “Every European who crosses the border to Syria, they are offered [the opportunity] to join.
“It takes seven months to be trained in al-Kharsa brigade.
“If 20 start the training, only five finish it. Then after that, they go back to Europe and attack.”
The training programme includes bomb construction, harsh physical endurance tests, and ideological instruction.
Most importantly applicants must be willing to travel to Europe to kill, and possibly to die, in the name of ISIS.
During the two-and-half years, he lived under ISIS, the fighter estimates 50 members — from countries including Germany, France, Belgium and Britain — had graduated from the sickening programme.
The ISIS militant added: “They will make more suicide attacks in Europe because the coalition is bombing them a lot.
“The attacks that happened in Paris and Brussels, the attackers were trained by them and left from Syria to Europe.
“Sometimes there are foreigners who come to Syria and have training for specific missions. Then they do the attacks alone.”
He continued: “Others are sleeper cells in Europe who want to join Daesh [ISIS] here, but can’t. They stay in their countries and contact [ISIS]. Then they talk, and when they are ready they do the bombings.”
The militant, who left his home in Europe to fight for ISIS, married a Syrian woman and heard about a vile terror plot from his brother-in-law who was a high-level Daesh commander.
He added: “He would tell me information about what they would do next.
“They also want to carry out attacks in Lebanon.”
Kurdish forces captured the ISIS militant in February.
At least 21 ISIS-trained jihadis have reportedly sneaked back into Europe in the last year, according to research carried out by The New York Times.
After the attacks in Paris in 2015 and Brussels last year — the fighter said ISIS militants were “very happy” and handed out sweets to children in the street.
Anti-terrorism agencies have previously suspected ISIS had an external operations unit which advised the terror cells responsible for the Paris and Brussels attacks. – Express
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