Disguised as refugees…
First pictures of ISIS ‘Beatles’ in custody: Fears British jihadis who were snared on their way back to Europe ‘disguised as refugees’ were trying to get home to UK to unleash bloodshed
The first pictures of the remaining ISIS ‘Beatles’ have been released after the pair were snared on their way back into Europe supposedly disguised as refugees.
Londoners Alexanda Kotey, 34, and El Shafee Elsheikh, 29, were captured in Syria last month while trying to escape to Turkey, according to Kurdish-led forces.
Their capture comes amid fears they were trying to return intending to bring bloodshed to British streets. Kotey (left) and Elsheikh (right) are two of four fanatics dubbed ‘The Beatles’, because of their British accents, whose leader ‘Jihadi John’ (inset top) heinously beheaded hostages on camera along with his right hand man Aine Davis (inset bottom).