London: A 17-year-old child who left a UK to join a dreaded Islamic state apprehension organisation is believed to have turn Britain’s youngest ever self-murder bomber after he reportedly blew himself adult in Iraq with militants posting cinema of him on amicable media.
Talha Asmal was one of 4 self-murder bombers who pounded confidence army nearby an oil refinery south of Baiji.
Isis amicable media reports pronounced Asmal, going by a name of Abu Yusuf al-Britani, had taken partial in a attack.
His family, believed to be of Pakistani origin, pronounced they were “devastated” during a news.
If confirmed, Asmal, from Dewsbury, would be Britain’s youngest famous self-murder bomber. Another West Yorkshire teenager, Hasib Hussein, was roughly 19 when he blew himself adult on a London train in a Jul 7, 2005 attacks.
A matter released by Asmal’s family said: “Talha was a loving, kind, caring and agreeable teenager.
“He never harboured any ill will opposite anybody nor did he ever vaunt any violent, impassioned or radical views of any kind.
“Talha’s proposal years and naivety were it seems however exploited by persons different who, stealing behind a anonymity of a universe far-reaching web, targeted and befriended Talha and intent in a routine of counsel and distributed bathing of him.
“Whilst there it appears that Talha fell underneath a spell of people who continued to chase on his ignorance and disadvantage to a indicate where if a press reports are accurate he was systematic to his genocide by supposed Isis handlers and leaders too villainous to do their possess unwashed work.
“We are all naturally definitely ravaged and sad by a accursed tragedy that now appears to have befallen us.”
West Yorkshire Police said: “The military have been done wakeful of media reports with courtesy to a genocide of a British National in Iraq.
“The temperament of a chairman who has reportedly died has not been reliable during this time and we are incompetent to criticism further.”
Asmal trafficked to Syria with associate Dewsbury teen Hassan Munshi.
Munshi’s brother, Hammaad Munshi, was arrested in 2006 during a age of 16 after military found a beam to creation napalm on his computer.
He became a youngest chairman to be convicted underneath a Terrorism Act.