Following instructions given by ISIS in its instruction manual for how to prepare for jihad, wannabe ISIS-jihadis in Britain have taken to the paintball field to practice, as they were told:
'How to Survive in the West' - The ISIS manual that teaches preparation for Jihad in the West
As reported by the Birmingham Mail:
"This is the chilling picture of four Birmingham men training for terror - at a Solihull paintballing centre.
Trainee bricklayer Humza Ali has been convicted of trying to join Isis after training for battle with other would-be Jihadis at Delta Force Paintballing in Hockley Heath.
Ali, a student at South and City College, posed for “promotional” pictures alongside Mohammed Ali Ahmed, Gabriel Rasmus and Abdelatif Gaini.
The men, some of who can be seen making the single-fingered salute of the so-called Islamic State , were all pictured together at a bonding event that took place seven months before border staff sent Ali back to Britain from Turkey.
A three-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court heard that 20-year-old Ali wanted to “fight until I die” in Syria and was covertly recorded telling a fifth Isis sympathiser that his mother had confiscated his passport in 2013.
The “promotional” pictures of Ali with other would-be Jihadis can now be shown for the first time after a judge lifted restrictions that previously banned their publication.
The court heard Ali went paintballing with 27-year-old Ali Ahmed, from Coventry Road, Small Heath, who was jailed earlier this week for eight years for his part in handing £3,000 to Brussels “man in the hat” bombing suspect Mohamed Abrini in Small Heath Park.
The images, recovered from Ali’s phone, also showed him with Ahmed and Rasmus posing beside a tank at Delta Force in Cut Throat Lane, in June 2014.
Three of the men can be seen making the single-fingered salute as another unsuspecting paintballer sits in the foreground with her back to the camera."
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