Fighters 'from everywhere' have joined ISIS, reveals captured suicide bomber
An Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) suicide bomber, who was captured in the southern Kurdish town of Jalula after he tried to blow up a bomb-laden car at a Kurd checkpoint, has revealed that people from all over the world constitute the ranks of the terrorist organization.
Twenty-three-year-old, Horr Jaffer, was caught while trying to escape the site of the attack after killing four people and injuring many others, Sky News reported.
He said that the ISIS comprises people "from everywhere" including, Asian countries, Europe, America and Britain.
Jaffer said that he joined the organization in Syria because he wanted to be a martyr after his father, mother and six family members were killed there. The Kurds believe that his father and his brothers were all jihadists.
His statement has substantiated Britain's, America's and other nations' concern over the mass exodus of people to Iraq and Syria to join the ISIS after radicalization.
(Posted on 02-09-2014)