22 Med School Students Join ISIS

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Under the veil of extremist teachings, 22 British medical students have dodged to Syria in order to join ISIS.

A percentage of British students studying abroad in Sudan have a complicated history with terror.

The University of Medical Sciences and Technology in Khartoum, Sudan, a popular educational alternative for some aspiring British medical students, has been exposed as a cover for radically-inspired students.

A social media crosscheck of students who have fled to ISIS uncovered a trickle-down effect in recently conspired terror plots.

Tarik Hassane (Credit: Daily Mail)

Tarik Hassane (Credit: Daily Mail)

Imprisoned students Tarik Hassane and Suhaib Majeed, who are currently jailed for plotting London terror in 2014, appear to be connected to a number of the disappearing students.

A social media analysis showed some of the students publicly favored ISIS on various platforms.

The father of Mohamed and Ibrahim Ageed, brothers from the city of Leicester in England, told reporters that the boys were “deceived” and are “not fighters.”

“All the families [of the students] are very sad,” the father continued. “They just want Allah to return them.”

H/T: The Daily Mail

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