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‘ISIS bomb plotter’s tour of Britain’: Afghan ‘refugee’ suspected of planning terror attacks used fake IDs to visit high-profile UK sites and posed for pictures as he scouted for targets
EXCLUSIVE: Hakim Nasiri was described as a ‘human bomb’ when arrested in Italy this week accused of being in an Islamic State cell. A chilling image found on his phone shows the 24-year-old brandishing an M16 assault rifle in a British supermarket. The discovery raises fears of a Paris-style gun rampage in this country. And a Mail investigation can reveal Nasiri made suspicious journeys around Britain and mainland Europe under a series of bogus names.
On social media he claimed to be the manager of a takeaway in Birmingham and also a student in the city – all while supposedly living under refugee status in an asylum hostel in Bari. He boasted on his Facebook page about travel to Paris and Milan and shared pictures of himself in London outside Buckingham Palace and at the Shard. He also posted images of jihadi symbols and weapons. More here.