A GROUP of British Jihadi fighters have formed a new organisation in Syria called the ‘Unity Project’ to act as “an advocate to bring some rights back to some of the people who have either lost their citizenship or lost their passports.”
It claims it is providing support for aid workers and civilians caught up in the fighting and stripped of their citizenships. However, a look through its membership tells a different story. It is led by Bilal Abdul Kareem, whose record includes an interview with Abu Qatada, the infamous hate preacher deported to Jordan, and he is known to have smuggled Shukee Begum, British wife of IS suicide bomber Jamal al-Harith, out of Syria and into Turkey.
Another member, Tauqir Tox Sharif said in 2016;
“We have a goal to live in a real Islamic State – and that’s a scary idea for the West.”
The group has been accused of trying to “dupe” the British public into accepting their claim to be repatriated by presenting themselves as harmless individuals when in reality they have been openly supporting ISIS and other Islamist terrorists.