From suicide bomber to recruiter, the jihadis who backed monsters
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
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