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'Jihadi John’ Unmasking Raises Questions For British Security Services

The identity of the masked man in several Islamic State videos showing the beheading of foreign hostages has been widely reported as Kuwaiti-born Briton Mohammed Emwazi. He was previously known to British security services, and some are now asking why they did not prevent him from traveling to Syria. The London-based civil liberties group CAGE claim British security services intercepted Emwazi in 2009 in Tanzania. As to why security services did not stop Emwazi from leaving Britain to...

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