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British Muslim leaders urged people to hit military if they knew a temperament of a male with an English accent who seemed in a video display a beheading of an American journalist.

The Muslim Council of Britain, a largest Muslim powerful organisation in a country, cursed a “abhorrent murder” of James Foley in Syria and called for joined movement by Muslims to stop a “poison of extremism” infiltrating their communities.

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Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday it looked increasingly approaching that a male in a Islamic State video was British, one of hundreds who have trafficked to Syria to fight.

“We reject unreservedly (the Islamic States’) psychopathic violence, either it is on minorities, on civilians, or on associate Muslims,” a legislature pronounced in a statement.

“We are frightened during a offensive murder of James Foley, a contributor who primarily went to a segment to display a tellurian rights abuses of a Syrian regime.”

Iqbal Sacranie, an confidant to a council, told London’s Evening Standard newspaper that anyone who famous a male had a avocation to hit police.

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A European confidence central pronounced that judging from his accent – that sounded like it came from London or near London - a male had apparently lived in Britain for a prolonged time. Authorities were comparing his voice to those on record to try to settle his identity, a central said.

The Guardian newspaper pronounced a former warrant had identified a male in a video as a personality of 3 Britons who had rhythmical unfamiliar nationals in a city of Raqqa - a building in eastern Syria.

The BBC also reported a participation of 3 British jihadists who were tasked by a Islamic State to ensure unfamiliar prisoners.

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“It seems that these 3 have apparently got nicknames named after a Beatles: John, Paul and Ringo and there are reports that they have been flattering heartless toward their hostages,” a BBC said.

Increasing threat

Britain, that has about 2.7 million Muslims in a 63 million population, had formerly warned about a augmenting numbers of a nationals who had trafficked to Syria and Iraq to fight.

Four immature British Islamists – dual of whom had been to al Qaeda training camps in Pakistan – killed 52 people in self-murder explosve attacks on London in Jul 2005, a “7/7″ attacks, and Britons have seemed in striking Islamist videos before.

Richard Barrett, a former British confidence central and former coordinator of the United Nations al-Qaeda Taliban Monitoring Team, pronounced he approaching a authorities to brand a male flattering quickly, and that impediment him would be a long-term objective.

“The many critical thing is to demonstrate that there’s a authorised system, that we can't do these things even in a center of a desert, only since we are in something called Islamic State or a caliphate,” he said.

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British police have urged Muslim women to inhibit immature people in their communities from branch toward a Islamic State, in one of many strategy used by European governments disturbed about a destiny confidence risk acted by youths radicalized by war.

Ghaffar Hussain, handling executive of counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam, pronounced it was now roughly unavoidable that people who had fought in Syria would come behind to try to launch attacks in Europe.

“It is unfortunate that people innate and lifted in Britain and who have left to a same schools as us could have been radically indoctrinated to a border where they can clear raping women and chopping heads off,” he said.

The success of a Islamic State is also approaching to pull some-more people into a group, that has admitted a caliphate in a tools of Iraq and Syria it controls.

“We know … that a hazard that is being taken many severely is a risk of a lapse of those who have been radicalized, to a indicate of being jihadists,” Menzies Campbell, a senior Liberal Democrat lawmaker and member of parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee, told Reuters.

“If anyone’s in doubt as to a savagery of those who have been radicalized in that way, afterwards this occurrence should positively mislay that doubt.”

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