Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Former British Citizen Turned Terrorist Who Was In Gitmo At One Time Detonates Suicide Bomb

Now he's a good terrorist.
 Rotten fucker anyway.

ISIS suicide bomber in Iraq was reportedly former Gitmo prisoner




British terror suspect who received a seven-figure payoff after being released from Guantanamo Bay died when he detonated explosives during a suicide bombing in Iraq, according to reports on Tuesday.

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack and praised Abu-Zakariya al-Britani, a British suicide bomber, for exploding a vehicle full of explosives near Mosul, where Iraqi forces are battling IS fighters for control of the city.

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A report on BBC.com identified al-Britani as Ronald Fiddler, a Brit who was seized by US forces in Afghanistan and taken to Guantanamo Bay in 2002.

The report said Fiddler, 50, of Manchester, England, became Jamal al-Harith when he converted to Islam in his early 20s. He later took the name Abu-Zakariya al-Britani

He crossed into Syria in 2014, the BBC reported.

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