Up to ten British women and their children are said to have left the group's so-called caliphate in Syria and could join around 350 extremists already back on UK soil (file photo of jihadi bride).
There has been much debate about what to do with returning jihadis who some fear pose a very serious terror threat due to the training they may have received from hardened extremists.
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A patrol leaders says, “Thank the Lord” after he learns a soldier was not injured by a terrorist bomb. Ben Colgan, who was killed in action, a soldier holds a commemorative medal with the lieutenant’s image on one side and John on the other: “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.” Some scenes are set around the al-Hanifeh mosque, and a sequence shows Shiite Muslims celebrating their festival of Ashurah.
These and other alleged assaults on prisoners at two other British Army camps in Iraq were ignored so that Bartlam, the "prime mover" in the Camp Breadbasket abuse case, would testify against his colleagues, the court martial in Osnabrück, Germany, was told.
At least one other unnamed British soldier was involved in an assault on an Iraqi at Camp Gecko.
They say they had been looking into timesheet fraud allegations and were set to interview company managers, whom they considered suspects.
“I feel like they got us out so quickly because they feel like we knew too much,” King said in an interview.