August 20, 2014
How Britain Became a Jihadist Exporter
Douglas Murray, The Spectator
The Associated Press
It is the now familiar nightmare image. A kneeling prisoner, and behind him a black-hooded man speaking to camera. The standing man denounces the West and claims that his form of Islam is under attack. He then saws off the head of the hostage. Why did Wednesday morning’s video stand out? Because this time the captive was an American journalist —James Foley— and his murderer is speaking in an unmistakable London accent.
TAGGED: Islamic State, ISIS, Iraq, Syria, James Foley, UK