A British Muslim convert, dubbed Jihadi Jack, has become the latest member of the Islamic State terrorist group to urge the UK government to allow him to return to the country, saying he is missing.. DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes
Speaking from northern Syria, where he's been held in prison for the past 2 years, Jack Letts has told ITV News he wants to come home. The 23-year-old, who's originally from Oxford, now wants to face a..
Jack Letts, 21, says he is being held in solitary confinement at a jail by the YPG, or Kurdish militia, in Syria after traveling to the country and later fleeing ISIS through a minefield. MailOnline India - Published
A 21-year-old British man dubbed "Jihadi Jack" has been captured by Kurdish fighters in Syria where he was accused of joining the Islamic State terror group, media reports said today. DNA - Published Also reported by •Deccan Herald
Jack Letts, a former Oxford schoolboy who converted to Islam, (pictured) is begging to be released from imprisonment with the Kurdish militia in Syria so he can talk to his mum. MailOnline India - Published
John Letts and Sally Lane, of Oxford, go on trial at the Old Bailey today accused of funding terrorism by sending hundreds of pounds to their son 'Jihadi' Jack, who joined ISIS in Syria in 2014. MailOnline India - Published
John Letts, 55, and wife Sally Lane, 54, pictured today, from Oxford, are accused of transferring cash to their son Jack despite being warned not to by police on at least three occasions. MailOnline India - Published
London, June 14: The parents of a white British Muslim convert dubbed "Jihadi Jack" due to his presence in Islamic State (IS) territory in Syria were today released on bail after they were arrested on.. Oneindia - Published