News that Abdullah Deghayes, 18, and brother Jaffar, 17, had travelled to Syria came as shock to professionals, report finds
Professionals missed opportunities to prevent two teenage British Muslims from being radicalised before they were killed after travelling to fight in Syria, a serious case review has found.
There was “no recognition” that Abdullah Deghayes, 18, his 17-year-old brother Jaffar and their three siblings were becoming vulnerable to radicalisation in Brighton. There was also little understanding of the part religion played in the lives of Abdullah and Jaffar, who were believed to have been with the al-Qaida-affiliated al-Nusra Front when they died, the review added.
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