BOY ISIS SAVAGE BEHEADER NEXT DOOR …
First there was a name attached to the brutal ISIS terrorist beheader Jihad John, now there are pictures that unmask this evil individual. 26 year old Mohammed Emwazi is his name and his image is below. As usual when people find out that the person they supposedly knew is a savage killer, those who lived next to him and went to school with Mohammed Emwazi were shocked. But Jihadi John was a Kuwaiti born British national who attended St Mary Magdalene Church of England Primary School, in London, was educated, came from a middle class family and received a degree in computer programming.
But many of those who grew up with him have told the UK media that remember Emwazi altogether differently: as the typical “boy next door,” a popular kid who loved football, pop music and The Simpsons.
A day after the long-standing mystery behind Jihadi John’s identity was solved, clues to his past have begun to emerge — but far from showing him as a violent extremist, they paint a picture of an ordinary child and teenager growing up in the British capital.
He is reported to have attended St Mary Magdalene Church of England Primary School, in London’s Maida Vale; a photograph published on the front pages of several British newspapers showed a smiling young boy in the school’s scarlet sweater uniform, surrounded by his classmates and teacher — a far cry from the black-clad jihadi infamous around the world.
A NOTE TO BARACK OBAMA AND MARIE KARF … SO MUCH FOR JOBS FOR JIHADISTS.
The first known photograph has emerged of Mohammed Emwazi – the Islamic State militant known as “Jihadi John” – as an adult.
Showing him with a goatee beard and wearing a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball cap, the image is revealed in student records from his time at the University of Westminster.
It comes after the 26-year-old who became the masked face of the notorious terror organisation was identified as the figure seen in several videos of hostages being beheaded.
Sky News can also exclusively reveal details of Emwazi’s academic achievements during his stint at the university in London’s Cavendish campus, between 2006 and 2009.
According to the document, he passed all but two of the modules in his Information Systems with Business Management degree, for which he was awarded a lower second honours (2:2).
CAGE and the likes of Asim Qureshi would falsely have you believe Mohammed Emwazi was the victim, harassed by British and Tanzanian security services that pushed Emwazi to become Jihad John. BS!!! This sick SOB that relishes in the sadistic and violent deaths he commits on others had it in him long before. British and Tanzanian security services question this radical Islamist because he was going to the dark side. He was put on a terror watch list for a reason.
CNN’s Brian Todd reports on how terror suspect known as “Jihadi John” went from being a pampered British schoolboy to ISIS’s best-known killer.
Why, why should it shock you? You are the ones that invited the vampire into your home. This is what happens when you do not take immigration seriously. This is what happens when you don’t take border or national security seriously. This is what happens why you have “no go” zones in your country and give up your sovereignty.
The unmasking of Islamic State militant “Jihadi John” as a Londoner who had repeatedly been questioned by security services sent shock waves through Britain Friday, with Prime Minister David Cameron stepping in to defend British spy craft.
Cameron tried to defuse criticism of Britain’s intelligence community, which had “Jihadi John” on its list of potential terror suspects for years but was unable to prevent him from traveling to Syria, where he has played a prominent role in grisly beheading videos.
Cameron did not mention “Jihadi John” or refer to his real identity: Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwait-born computer science graduate raised and educated in Britain. But he said the country’s spies make “incredibly difficult judgments” daily about how to pursue threats to national security and have broken up plots that would have caused immense damage.
Emwazi had been known to the British intelligence services since at least 2009, initially in connection with investigations into terrorism in Somalia.
David Anderson, who is in charge of reviewing Britain’s terrorism legislation, said intelligence agencies may have dropped the ball, but faced a big challenge to identify real threats from “hundreds, probably thousands” of suspects.