Pakistani teenager is 'UK's youngest ever suicide bomber'

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  1. Blackwater

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    A West Yorkshire teenager is believed to have become Britain's youngest ever suicide bomber after reportedly blowing himself up in Iraq.

    Talha Asmal, 17, was one of four suicide bombers who attacked forces near an oil refinery south of Baiji.

    Social media reports linked to Islamic State (IS) said Asmal, going by the name of Abu Yusuf al-Britani, had taken part in the attack.

    His family said they were "devastated" at the news.

    'Unspeakable tragedy'
    Asmal, from Dewsbury, would be Britain's youngest known suicide bomber. Another West Yorkshire teenager, Hasib Hussein, was almost 19 when he blew himself up on a London bus in the 7 July 2005 attacks.


    Talha Asmal ran away to join Islamic State in March
    A statement issued by Asmal's family said: "Talha was a loving, kind, caring and affable teenager.

    "He never harboured any ill will against anybody nor did he ever exhibit any violent, extreme or radical views of any kind.

    "Talha's tender years and naivety were it seems however exploited by persons unknown who, hiding behind the anonymity of the world wide web, targeted and befriended Talha and engaged in a process of deliberate and calculated grooming of him.

    "Whilst there it appears that Talha fell under the spell of individuals who continued to prey on his innocence and vulnerability to the point where if the press reports are accurate he was ordered to his death by so-called Isis handlers and leaders too cowardly to do their own dirty work.

    "We are all naturally utterly devastated and heartbroken by the unspeakable tragedy that now appears to have befallen us."


    Analysis: Tom Symonds - BBC home affairs correspondent

    The flow of young men and women to warzones in Syria and Iraq continues to be the biggest challenge to Britain's counter-terrorism effort.

    Senior officers estimate more than 700 British citizens have now made the journey, some taking on the name "al-Britani" to signify their origins. Half have come back to the UK, posing the risk that they might plan attacks.

    BBC research suggests more than 30 are still in the warzones, and possibly as many as 50.

    However its estimated a third are not known to police and the security services, making their job of tracking extremists and prioritising those posing the greatest risk much harder.

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    'Particularly vulnerable'
    Shahid Malik, the former MP for Dewsbury and a family friend of the Asmals, said: "It is disturbing to see how relaxed he looks in the Isis photographs allegedly taken just prior to his suicide mission.

    "He looks at peace. It's like he's ready to go and meet his maker. This is a clear indication of just how successful the evil Isis [also known as IS] groomers have been in poisoning and brainwashing Talha and kids like him."

    IS is a radical Islamist group that has seized large swathes of territory in eastern Syria and across northern and western Iraq.

    At least 700 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist organisations in the area, with the majority joining IS.

    Charlie Winter, from the counter-extremism think tank the Quilliam Foundation, said British people travelling to join Islamic State were often "groomed" online.

    "This is increasingly what we're seeing," he said. "People contacting other individuals over the internet - vulnerable individuals, interested individuals - and then telling them, promising them they can have a life in this Utopian state, promising them paradise.

    "To most people it doesn't really resonate but to individuals who are particularly vulnerable to this kind of thing, it does."

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    The Britons taking terror overseas
    • Abdul Waheed Majid, from Crawley in West Sussex, was the first British man to carry out a suicide bombing, attacking the city of Aleppo in Syria in February 2014
    • Ibrahim al-Mazwagi, 21, was the first reported Briton killed fighting in Syria. The University of Hertfordshire student was shot dead in February 2013
    • Abdullah Deghayes travelled to Syria with his 16-year-old brother in January 2014. He was killed three months later soon after his 18th birthday
    A BBC News database tracks those who have died, been convicted of offences relating to the conflict or are believed to still be in the region.

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    West Yorkshire Police said: "The police have been made aware of media reports with regard to the death of a British National in Iraq.

    "The identity of the person who has reportedly died has not been confirmed at this time and we are unable to comment further."

    Asmal travelled to Syria with fellow Dewsbury teenager Hassan Munshi.

    Munshi's brother, Hammaad Munshi, was arrested in 2006 at the age of 16 after police found a guide to making napalm on his computer.

    He became the youngest person to be convicted under the Terrorism Act.

    In a statement, the Home Office said: "Since 2011, we have trained more than 160,000 people working on the front line of our public sector to identify and prevent extremism, excluded nearly 100 preachers of hate - more than any other government - and successfully taken down more than 90,000 pieces of terrorist-related material from the internet.

    "We also removed or refused 30 passports in 2013 and 2014 where people were considered to be at risk of travelling to Syria or Iraq."

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    @Raja.pakistani - any comments? Do you support your brother blowing himself up for stupid reasons?
     
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    Youth power....pakistani youth shining. :D
     
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    Britshits are smart. So they have started the countermeasures. I wonder where India is in this regard
     
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    http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...youngest-is-suicide-bomber/article7319655.ece


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    A 17-year old has become the United Kingdom’s youngest suicide bomber, according to yet-to-be officially corroborated news on jihadi websites. Teenager Talha Asmal, who was recruited online by the Islamic State, blew himself up in the Iraqi town of Baiji.

    His distraught and devastated family, of Gujarati origin, says he was a “caring and affable” teenager who the IS groomed over the internet in the space of a few months. They are outraged that the IS “preyed on his innocence and vulnerability” before sending him on the suicide mission.

    Went missing in April

    He had slipped out of the house in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, this April, with his friend Hassan Munshi, after telling the family that he was going on a school trip. Hassan Munshi is the brother of Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist, Hammaad Munshi.

    The executive principal of Asmal’s sixth form educational institution, Lorraine Barker, described him to The Times as “quiet and conscientious”, and said his case was yet another warning to parents and teachers who, she urged, must increase their vigilance over the insidious role of online indoctrination.



    Reports of his death have been carried on jihadi -linked internet sites but have not yet been corroborated by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

    His parents, Ibrahim and Noorjahan, who confirmed that the photograph is that of their son, said in a statement issued through the police: “If the press reports are accurate, he was ordered to his death by so-called Isis handlers and leaders too cowardly to do their own dirty work.”

    The number of foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria now exceeds 20,000 — more than the number in the Afghan conflict of the 1980s, said Paul Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence at King’s College London.

    500-600 fighters

    In a survey of foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria published this January, Professor Neumann gave 500-600 as the figure of fighters from the U.K. He said France, Germany and the U.K. have th largest contingents from Europe.

    He estimated that between 5 and 10 per cent of the foreigners have died, and that a further 10-30 per cent of them have left the conflict zone and have either come back home or are living in transit countries. “As a consequence, the number of foreigners that are currently on the ground in Syria and Iraq is likely to be significantly less than the figures provided,” his study stated.


    @Blackwater , @Rowdy , @Mad Indian ,@rock127 ,

    Was he of pakistani origin or of Indian origin ?
     
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    The only difference between a Paki a and an Indian Muslim is that former is raised in a muslim majority and later in a Hindu majority. So I would not be surprised if it was an Indian origin muslim.

    @Blackwater can explain why I am wrong if he can as he believes they are different
     
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    Not sure where he was from.

    Special congrats to UK as they harbor Terrorists. :lol:

    No wonder how much milk you feed but it's gonna be a snake.He must be enjoying his 72 year old virgin.
     
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    He is from jihadi land aka Pakistan I mean his parents and roots
     
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    Indian Muslim in UK are primarily from Bombay and Gujarat side as far as I know and they are not jihadi like pakis here
     
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    72 virgins mubarak ho!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Paki man off course paki if he is not we will make him lolllllllllll
     
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    Boss, the suicide bomber is a gujarati muslim
     
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    Dewsbury in Yorkshire is a heavily Pakistani area. Also 3 of the 4 London 2005 bombers were Pakistani and also from the Dewsbury area, including Mohammed Sidiqui Khan who incidentally had married I believe a Gujarati Muslim girl with the surname of Patel.

    In short does not matter about original place in India. Still Pakistani mindset. @Raja.pakistani still has a lot to be proud of.
     
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    Uk attracts a lot of terrorists from all over the world like Pakistan . It is the Pakistan of Europe.
     
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    london bus bomber, times square bomber and now him. Pakistani diaspora doing their country proud.
     
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    Forgot when Islamic Lunatic Habshees beheaded UK soldiers in open?

    Also how about Pakis in UK spitting on UK soldiers.
     
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    pakistan has also gujrat. more over the area dewsbury he lives in is full of paki jihadi shits. u can say slum of UK

    karbuja ko dekh kar kharbuja raang badlta ha
     
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