ISIS fundraising cell raising cash through Facebook to free Western jihadi brides from refugee camps

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A TWISTED ISIS fundraising cell is raising money in the UK to free western jihadi brides from Syrian camps, it has been reported.

Undercover reporters chatted with a “fixer” online and then dealt with a fanatical courier in London.

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An ISIS bride tells social media users to help raise cash to smuggle her out of a Syrian camp[/caption]

According to the Mail on Sunday, the Met Police is now probing the sinister network which it says is helping terror brides in camps in north east Syria.

Reporters contacted a jihadi named Sumaya who was smuggled out of Al-Hol and now lives in Turkey.

Sumaya, the widow of a Brit covert who died fighting for the death cult, now acts as a fixer helping to bring more brainwashed extremists back to Europe.

Recently, she called the warped fanatic who beheaded French teacher Samuel Paty a “hero” in a gushing online post.

On her Facebook page, she openly asks for donations while also posting pictures of women holding up signs pleading for help.

One of the ISIS brides photographed held a placard which read: “Assalam Alaykum (May peace be upon you all) I am a sister from camp Al-Hol and I need $6,000 (£4,500) so that I can escape from PKK (Kurds).

“Please, I ask everyone to help me and donate as much as they can.”

Below the post, Sumaya wrote: “This is my friend and she is in need of help.

“She sent me this photo yesterday.

“Please, even if you can’t help, pass it to those who can donate to her. Jazakallah Khayr [May God reward you].”

Another message from inside the camps read: “You can trust Sumaya on FB, she is trying to help me raise money needed.”

The Mail on Sunday says an undercover reporter communicated with Sumaya via Telegram – an encrypted messaging app popular with jihadis.

After declining to make a donation with cryptocurrency Bitcoin, the journalist was sent the contact details of a man called ‘Anas’ in the UK who would collect the money in person.

Reporters watched as Anas arrived wearing a white crash helmet at the arranged pick up location near an undisclosed service station.

An offer of £4,500 was reportedly made but never delivered – instead the scooter-riding courier picked up a brown envelope containing a crossword puzzle.

This comes as the UK’s terror threat level is at “severe” following the recent terror killing in Paris as well as a sickening gun massacre in Vienna on November 2.


Meanwhile, British ISIS bride Shamima Begum – who was once held in Al-Hol – is attempting to return to the UK through the Supreme Court.

Lawyers for Begum, now 21 and living in Syrian camp Al-Roj, say she must be allowed to return to fight a decision to strip her of UK citizenship.

Another jihadi who joined the terror cult, Samia Hussein – from Southall, West London – is now back in Britain after she was successfully smuggled out of Al-Hol this year.

ISIS bride Shamima is trying to return to the UK after joining the group in Syria
Shamima Begum wants to return to the UK to fight for her citizenship
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ISIS bride Samia Hussein, 25, is back in Britain[/caption]

The jihadi bride was smuggled out of a Syrian camp this year

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