They are the evil young British jihadists killed by western military forces in the fightback against Islamic State terrorists in their Syrian badlands. Ruhul Amin, 26, and Reyaad Khan, 21, died in an RAF drone strike, while the third jihadist, Junaid Hussain, also 21, died in a separate US airstrike. Amin, from Aberdeen in Scotland, once boasted on British breakfast TV of his hatred of non-Muslims. Cardiff-born Khan starred in a glossy IS recruitment video, while Hussain was behind a plot to blow up a military parade in south London earlier this summer. What else do we know about the barbaric trio? Student Engineer turned Jihadi A photograph of Ruhul Amin snapped on a night out a few years ago shows a clean-shaven and smiling man posing jokily with friends. It was taken in happier times when the Bangladeshi-born jihadi was in his early 20s and still living in Aberdeen where he grew up – his father ran a kebab shop. Gunman: Ruhul Amin, 26, from Aberdeen in Scotland, once boasted on British breakfast TV of his hatred of non-Muslims Now the engineering student is dead at 26 after fleeing for Syria to become an Islamic State fighter. He had… Read full this story
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