Established by Fathi Ibrahim Bayoud 2005 - Homs

New footage shows Caribbean nationals who joined ISIS

#ISIS Leaks | 2017-10-17 00:59:17
New footage shows Caribbean nationals who joined ISIS
(Zaman Al Wasl)- The second batch of ISIS videos shed the light on the Caribbean Group in the Islamic State that gained fame for its brutality.

The footage was shot at the end of 2016 in the city of Raqqa.

According to The Daily Mail,  the Caribbean island of Trinidad has been revealed as the country with the highest rate of ISIS recruits in the western hemisphere.
 
More than 400 of its citizens are feared to have left to join the terror group in Syria and Iraq since 2013.

"

It puts Trinidad and Tobago - a country of 1.3million, including more than 100,000 Muslims - top of the list of Western nations when it comes to the rate of foreign-fighter radicalisation.


The video shows the Caribbean jihadist Shane Crawford with his children. Crawford who used 'Asadullah', The Lion of God, as nom de guerre, joined ISIS in November 2013, according to Miami Herald.

 
According to Imam Yasin Abu Bakr, the leader of the Jamaat al-Muslimeen group, one of the main reasons why young black men are joining ISIS is their marginalisation.
 
"The Africans are going to a pool of unemployment. They just sit in the ghetto and do nothing. And then drugs come in and it's a haven for the drugs. And now the guns are in and so the murder rate is just spiralling out of control," says Abu Bakr, Al Jazeera News reported.
 
 Zaman Al Wasl has obtained special footage and videos of the Islamic State showing the identity of the most wanted jihadists worldwide.








Related:

Special ISIS footage shows real identity of most wanted jihadists









 

Comments (0)

Post Your Comments

fill all fields below
*This confirmation code will prevent auto submit
X :Latest News
How a dictatorship-era constitution endured in Chile      Tokyo opens 15,000-seat Olympic aquatics centre      Work already underway for presidential inauguration      How QF's financial support opened up new horizons and dreams for students      Israel distributes leaflets in Syria warning regime forces not to deal with Iran-backed militias      Russia: Kurds would not have released Daesh militants without pressure from the US      Diaspora in Bloom: Virtual exhibition shines a light on contemporary Assyrian art and identity      French coronavirus cases jump over 1 million