Five Brit students from SAME school killed fighting for ISIS
SAME SCHOOL: The men, clockwise from top left,, Mohammed el-Araj, Hamza Parvez, Fatlum Shalaku, Nassim Terreri and main, right, Mohammed Nasser, were all former pupils at the same London school [PA – ITV NEWS ]
A sixth ex-student from Holland Park School is fighting on the front line with Isis.
While another has been jailed for funding jihad.
One of the dead Brits from the state school led suicide car bombers that allowed Isis to seize a key stronghold in Iraq.
Former A-level pupil Fatlum Shalaku, 20, was one of six jihadists killed in strikes on government buildings in Ramadi.
His brother Flamur, 23, is said to have died on the battlefield in Iraq in March.
The duo – Brits of Kosovan-Albanian descent – travelled to Syria in spring 2013 after becoming radicalised after telling their parents they were going to carry out aid work.
Both were close pals of Mohammed Nasser, 21, a third former pupil at Holland Park, who was killed fighting for Isis last year.
Two other former pupils who have been killed in Syria are Mohammed el-Araj, 23, the son of an antiques dealer from Ladbroke Grove, and NassimTerreri, 25, a west Londoner of Algerian descent.
Terreri is one of the first Brits to have perished in the conflict dying in gunfire on a mountainside in March 2012.
Waiter Hamza Parvez, 22, is understood to be living in Isis’s de facto capital Raqqa and fighting for the terror regime.
Another ex-Holland Park student Amal el-Wahabi, 28, was jailed last November after being convicted of funding her husband fighting in Syria.
The school, which opened in 1958, was a flagship of the comprehensive system.
Socialist luminaries who sent their children there included former Labour cabinet ministers Tony Benn and Anthony Crosland.
Polly Toynbee, the Guardian columnist, and Jenny Abramsky, the former director of BBC Radio, are also alumni.
The school unveiled an £80m refurbishment in 2012 which boasted a swimming pool and £300 bespoke chairs for pupils.
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