Just walk into Londonistan, you’ll understand how he became radicalized.
David Cameron has spoken out in defence of the intelligence and security agencies after associates of the terrorist known as Jihadi John accused them of playing a part in his radicalisation.
Speaking after the masked militant – seen wielding a knife in a series of barbaric videos of hostage beheadings – was identified as Kuwait-born Mohammed Emwazi, Mr Cameron said his “number one priority” was to ensure that those responsible for crimes against British citizens were hunted down and “put out of action”.
Downing Street described as “reprehensible” a claim by advocacy group Cage that MI5 was partly to blame for Emwazi turning to violence, because of its alleged harassment and interrogation of the “beautiful young man”.
Security services are facing mounting questions over claims that British graduate Emwazi was known to MI5 for some time before leaving for Syria in 2013 and beginning on the road to international notoriety.
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