‘We’ve seen nothing yet’ Brit sniper warns of HOLY WAR and more ISIS terror in Britain

Saturday, August 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

A BRITISH sniper who helped to defeat ISIS in Iraq claims homegrown jihadists are attempting to sneak back into the UK with refugees to commit terror atrocities.

By Joshua Nevett
19th August 2017

Ex-British Army veteran Alan Duncan, 50, spent two years volunteering as a mercenary for the Kurdish Peshmerga in the fight to drive ISIS out of Iraq.

Moved by images of children being orphaned by ISIS, Mr Duncan, who fought for Britain in the Gulf War, joined the conflict in 2015.

Two years on and ISIS has lost all its major territories in Iraq after government forces reclaimed the city of Mosul – where the caliphate was established in 2014.

But despite Iraq forces declaring victory over ISIS on the battlefield, Mr Duncan told Daily Star Online the nature of the jihadist threat has evolved.

Mr Duncan, who is now back home in Scotland, believes British jihadists who fought in Iraq will flock back to the UK now ISIS is finished.

His stark comments come after a cell of depraved ISIS-linked terrorists killed 14 people and injured around 130 in two horrific attacks in Spain.

Kurdish security forces warned the UK government about British Muslims traveling to Iraq to “get radicalised and trained” three years ago, Mr Duncan said.

Having been brainwashed by ISIS propaganda, Mr Duncan believes these fighters will now become recruiters for terror in the UK.

It is estimated that around 850 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq.

Around 350 ISIS fighters are thought to have returned to the UK, creating a nightmare for security services.

But despite his valiant volunteer work, Mr Duncan claims he has been subject to several episodes of “harassment” at the hands of British authorities.

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