British ISIS fighters have been busier uploading videos and photos of their exploits than ever, only now the tone is different. Driven away from the creature comforts and internet cafes of Atmeh on the Turkish border, British fighters are now uploading darker, more disturbing images from their desert strongholds.
VICE The renegade al Qaeda offshoot that most Brits join – the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS – alienated other rebel groups due to their tendency to attack them and kill their commanders.
Under the name Rayat al Tawheed, two ISIS fighters from London, Abu Abdurrahman al-Britani and Abu Daighum al-Britani, have been busy uploading a constant stream of expertly-photoshopped motivational image macros for their adoring British fans.
But their recent posts are the darkest images yet to emerge from the strange milieu of British jihadist fighters in Syria.