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  • Tens of thousands of documents, containing 22-thousand names, addresses, phone numbers

  • and family contacts of Islamic State fighters, have been obtained by a British broadcaster.

  • Sky News reports that nationals from more than 50 countries, including Britain, had

  • to give up their most personal information as they joined the terror organization.

  • Some of the names are well known to intelligence agencies but the documents reveal of the identities

  • of a number of previously unknown jihadis from western and Middle Eastern countries.

  • The papers show many of the men passed through a series of jihadi "hotspots" - such as Yemen,

  • Sudan, Tunisia, Libya, Pakistan and Afghanistan - on multiple occasions, but were apparently

  • unchecked, unmonitored and able to both enter Syria to fight and then to return home.

  • The files were given to Sky News by a former senior member of ISIS.

Tens of thousands of documents, containing 22-thousand names, addresses, phone numbers

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Sky News receives files identifying 22,000 ISIS supporters

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    Hao posted on 2016/03/11
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