Private Detectives Oxford offers advice after reading the news article in BBC News, dated 15 June 2015: Dewsbury ‘in shock over UK’s youngest suicide bomber’.
According to the BBC news article, dated 15 June 2015: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-33129806; Community leaders spoke of their shock when a teenager, Talha Asmal from their home town was reportedly involved in an Iraq suicide bombing linked to Islamic state. Asmal, 17, travelled to Syria in March with a convicted terrorist’s brother, Hassan Munshi, also aged 17, and from the same town. Dewsbury councilor Masood Ahmed described Asmal as a “typical teenager” and said there had been no signs he had been radicalised. Furthermore, Lorraine Barker, executive principal of Mirfield Free Grammar and Sixth Form, where Asmal was studying, told the Times he had been a ‘’conscientious student’’. Talha Asmal’s family say he was groomed online, and Downing Street described the case as “deeply concerning”. A friend of the Asmal family speaking to the BBC Radio 5 live, said that he believed that the teenager must have come under “some kind of peer pressure”. Iqbal Bhana, a Home Office advisor on hate crimes, said if” we found out there was someone planting these kinds of ideas into the minds of young people, converting them…we would want to confront and challenge them”. Going by the name of Abu Yusuf al-Britani, was among the attackers; social media reports linked to Islamic state said and a confirmation would make him Britain’s youngest known suicide bomber at the age of 17. Hasib Hussein, 18, West Yorkshire teenager, blew himself up on a London bus in the 7 July 2005 attacks. The former independent reviewer of terror laws Lord Carlile told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme Mps should be “working together” to produce solutions to radicalization.
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