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THE LONDON NETWORK
Court papers name Emwazi as part of a terror fundraising network which was being monitored by the security services from as early as 2007. The group was involved in the ‘provision of funds and equipment to Somalia to undertake terrorism-related activity’.
Members include a fanatic, known only as CE, who was placed under a control order. CE attended an Al Qaeda training camp led by Harun Fazul and Saleh Nabhan, a leading Al Qaeda figure suspected of involvement in the 1998 US embassy bombings in east Africa.
On his return to Britain, CE was tasked with recruiting others to join Al Qaeda and Al Shabaab. The group also included Hamza Chentouf and Mohammed Ezzouek, who along with CE were interrogated by British intelligence officers in Kenya.
Also on the list was an extremist who can be identified only as J1 – an Ethiopian accused of being a member of Al Shabaab and a close associate of one of four bombers who attempted to cause mass casualties on the London Underground on July 21, 2005.
Links: Escaped terror suspect Ibrahim Magag
THE CONTROL ORDER ABSCONDEE
Emwazi also moved in the same circles as Ibrahim Magag, a Somali-born former train conductor from London involved in arranging ‘financial support for Al Qaeda’.
Magag was put under a control order to stop him fleeing overseas to join a jihad. But on Boxing Day, 2012, he vanished. He has never been caught and officials believe he went to join British jihadists in East Africa.
Magag had a history of tampering with his monitoring equipment, lying about why he was late reporting home for a night-time curfew and using a computer in breach of the terms of an order that was designed to protect national security – but he still managed to slip
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