Last member of ‘Daesh Beatles’ group reportedly captured in UK

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Last member of ‘Daesh Beatles’ group reportedly captured in UK

Last member of ‘Daesh Beatles’ group reportedly captured in UK

Four people who pledged to fight for Daesh* in Syria and ended up as Western prisoner and hostage guards are believed to have belonged to the so-called… 08.11.2022, Sputnik International

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A man identified as Aine Davis has been arrested in the UK on suspicion of involvement in a cell of a notorious terror group that executed hostages, the BBC reported on Wednesday. According to the report, after being released from a Turkish prison where he had been serving a seven-and-a-half year sentence for belonging to the terrorist organization, Davis flew to Luton airport. Davis claimed during his trial that he was not a member of the group called Daesh “Beatles” because of the British accent of the members. Police reportedly have Davis in custody of him. Officers from the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command detained the 38-year-old man and took him to a south London police station after his arrest. Davis was reportedly arrested in connection with offenses under the Terrorism Act 2000, such as fund-raising and having items intended for terrorism. According to US authorities, terrorists from the so-called “Beatles” cell beheaded the hostages, having killed 27 prisoners. Global outrage erupted after videos of the killings were distributed internationally. Davis was first sentenced to prison in 2006 for having a gun in his possession and for drug offenses before becoming radicalized. He took the name Hamza after converting to Islam and met Mohammed Emwazi, who was nicknamed Jihadi John by the media. The two belonged to a group of radicalized Muslims based in London. In 2013, Davis left the UK to join Daesh in Syria; however, he was arrested near Istanbul in 2015, and two years later, a Turkish court found him guilty of being a high-ranking member of a terrorist organization. Davis acknowledged knowing Emwazi at his trial because they both attended the same west London mosque to pray, but denied being friends with him or being a member of the Daesh group “Beatles.” Four US hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and humanitarian workers Kayla Mueller and Peter Kassig, along with British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, and Japanese journalists Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, are alleged to have died as a result. of terrorist cell operations. In 2015, Emwazi was killed in Syria. After being captured by Kurdish forces in Syria in 2018, the other two members of the group are in captivity in the US. El Shafee Elsheikh will begin serving his sentence in the US this month after being found guilty in April, while Alexanda Kotey is now serving a life sentence. Kotey pleaded guilty to eight counts, including taking a hostage with intent to kill and conspiring to assist. terrorism, while Elsheikh was tried and found guilty on charges including taking a hostage with intent to kill and conspiring to commit murder. In 2018, both individuals had their British citizenship revoked. * Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS) is a terrorist organization banned in Russia and many other states.

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Four people who pledged to fight for Daesh* in Syria and ended up as guards for Western prisoners and hostages are believed to have belonged to the so-called “Beatles” cell within the terror group. They are all believed to have grown up in West London, UK, which is reflected in their accents, hence their name.

A man identified as Aine Davis has been detained in the UK on suspicion of involvement in a notorious terror group cell that executed hostages, the BBC reported on Wednesday.

According to the report, after being released from a Turkish prison where he had been serving a seven-and-a-half-year sentence for belonging to the terrorist organization, Davis flew to Luton airport. Davis claimed during his trial that he was not a member of the group called Daesh “Beatles” because of the British accent of the members.

Police reportedly have Davis in their custody.. Officers from the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command detained the 38-year-old man and took him to a police station in south London after his arrest.

Davis was reportedly arrested in connection with offenses under the Terrorism Act 2000, including fundraising and possession of items intended for terrorism. According to US authorities, terrorists from the so-called “Beatles” cell beheaded the hostages, having killed 27 prisoners. Global outrage erupted after videos of the killings were distributed internationally.

Davis was first sentenced to prison in 2006 for possession of a gun and drug offenses before becoming radicalized. He took the name Hamza after converting to Islam and met Mohammed Emwazi, who was dubbed Jihadi John by the media.

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The two belonged to a group of radicalized Muslims based in London. In 2013, Davis left the UK to join Daesh in Syria; however, he was arrested near Istanbul in 2015, and two years later, a Turkish court found him guilty of being a high-ranking member of a terrorist organization.

Davis acknowledged knowing Emwazi at his trial because they both attended the same west London mosque to pray, but denied being friends with him or being a member of the Daesh group “Beatles.”

Four American hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and aid workers Kayla Mueller and Peter Kassig, along with British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, and Japanese journalists Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, are alleged to have died as a result. of the terrorist attack. cell operations.

In 2015, Emwazi was killed in Syria. After being captured by Kurdish forces in Syria in 2018, the other two members of the group are being held captive in the US.
El Shafee Elsheikh will begin serving his sentence in the US this month after being convicted in April, while Alexanda Kotey is now serving a life sentence.
Alexanda Amon Kotey, believed to be one of four British jihadists who formed a brutal Islamic State cell nicknamed The Beatles, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at a security center in Kobani, Syria, on Friday, March 30, 2018 - Sputnik International, 1920, 29.04.2022

British Daesh Member ‘Beatle’ Kotey Jailed For Life For Helping To Kill Hostages

Kotey pleaded guilty to eight counts, including taking a hostage with the intent to kill and conspiring to aid terrorism, while Elsheikh was tried and found guilty on charges including taking a hostage with the intent to kill and conspiring to commit murder. . In 2018, both individuals had their British citizenship revoked.

*Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS) is a terrorist organization banned in Russia and many other states.

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