British ISIS Convert “Jihadi Jack” Should Be Killed; Foreign Office Minister Says

The 21-year-old young man from Oxford, John Letts has converted to Islam after he traveled to Syria in 2014 and joined ISIS terror group.

Calling himself “Jihadi Jack”, he suddenly ceased contact with his parents after telling them he was planning to carry out a protest which might get him shot.

Jack was captured by Kurdish forces condemned of being an Isis member. His parents strongly rejected this accusation claiming that he traveled to Syria to study Arabic.

While the British Government is refusing to even pick up a phone for saving Jack, Rory Stewart, Foreign Office minister, told the BBC the only way to deal with British Isis fighters would be in almost every case, to kill them.

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“British Isis converts believe in an extremely hateful doctrine which involves killing themselves, killing others and trying to use violence and brutality to create an 8th Century, or 7th Century, state. So I’m afraid we have to be serious about the fact these people are a serious danger to us, and unfortunately, the only way of dealing with them will be, in almost every case, to kill them”.

NGO Human Rights Watch sentenced The Kurdish security force holding Letts, for mistreating and holding prisoners in poor conditions.

The Letts family said not only their son’s life but also democracy in this country is at risk too.

“During our last conversation with Jack on July 8, Jack told he has been held for six months in appalling conditions including several months in solitary confinement, and no time at all outside of his cell.”

In his last statement, the Foreign Office said: “The government is unable to provide support to British nationals in Syria as the UK government does not have consular representation there.”

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