Britani Brigade Bangladeshi Bad Boys (Islamic State / ISIS) -- CELL PROFILE

In October 2013, five men left the United Kingdom for Syria to fight for the Islamic State - the self procalimed  “Britani Brigade Bangladeshi Bad Boys”All from Portsmouth, and like many other European foreign fighters through not large enough to actually form an actual brigade, they refer to themselves as such to increase their perception when joining the Islamic State. Of the original six, four are dead, one is in jail having returned to Britain, and one still believed to be fighting with Islamic State (Isis).  All six attended Jami mosque in Portsmouth.Image: Jami Mosque in PortsmouthCell StructureMuhammad Hamidur Rahman, 25,Mashadur Choudhury, 31,Assad Uzzaman, 25,Mehdi Hassan, 19, Mamunur Roshid, 24Ifthekar Jaman, 23VideoVideo: 2013 CCTV footage of the “Britani Brigade Bangladeshi Bad Boys” leaving from Gatwick- the group bought tickets on Thomas Cook to the Turkish resort of Antalya in October 2013.For More on Islamic…

Britani Brigade Bangladeshi Bad Boys (Islamic State / ISIS) -- CELL PROFILE is a group formed c. 2013.
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