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Jihadi Jack (born Jack Letts, now known as Abu Muhammed)

Abu Muhammed Jack Letts Jihadi JackThe first white British youth to join ISIS in Syria, Jihadi Jack is the son of an organic farmer and archaeobotanist and a books editor from Oxford. Born in 1996 and educated at Cherwell School, this ‘classroom clown’ was said to have been a fan of graffiti, drank alcohol and was rather partial to cannabis prior to converting to Islam. He is nothing but a disgrace.

 

 

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8 comments on “Jihadi Jack (born Jack Letts, now known as Abu Muhammed)”

  1. Er… it is 03:00 and maybe I am a bit slow but I just don’t see the parallel you seem to be trying to draw. Can you explain?

  2. And Franco just loved chopping off the head of Kuffurs, using child soldiers, stoning women and throwing gays off tall buildings. You are a dolt, David

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