From sui­cide bomber to re­cruiter, the ji­hadis who backed mon­sters

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In Novem­ber 2016 Dubliner Khalid Kelly blew him­self up in the Iraqi city of Mo­sul.

The 49-year-old nurse – also known as “Tal­iban Terry” – was named as one of five sui­cide bombers who det­o­nated trucks as the army moved in to the

Isis strong­hold.

The fa­natic con­verted to Is­lam af­ter be­ing im­pris­oned for eight months in Saudi Ara­bia for sell­ing home­made al­co­hol.

The dad-of-three, a pal of hate preacher An­jem Choudhry, rose to no­to­ri­ety af­ter re­fus­ing to con­demn 9/11 on The Late Late

Show in 2003.

Al­ge­rian-Ir­ish man Ali Charaf

Da­mache pleaded guilty to be­ing an Al-Qaeda re­cruiter last year af­ter he was ex­tra­dited to the US on ter­ror charges. The 53-year-old had been wanted for years over claims he con­spired with US woman Colleen LaRose to re­cruit others on the in­ter­net.

Da­mache, who went by the on­line user­name “The­black­flag”, con­spired with LaRose who was jailed for 10 years in 2014 for plot­ting at­tacks.

The woman known as “Ji­had Jane” was taken into cus­tody in Oc­to­ber 2009 af­ter seven al­leged co-con­spir­a­tors were ar­rested in Ire­land, where she also spent some time.

Ir­ish pass­port holder Alexandr Ruz­ma­tovich Bek­mirzaev, 45, was cap­tured by Syr­ian Demo­cratic Forces last De­cem­ber. He was orig­i­nally from Be­larus but moved to Ire­land in 2000

and left in 2013.

KILLER AGENDA Khalid Kelly and, in­set, his bomb det­o­nates

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