Two ISIS “Beatles” to be Tried in U.S.; ISIS affiliate in Mozambique Continues Reign of Terror

Two Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists known as the “Beatles” are headed to the United States to stand trial for the kidnapping and murders of James Foley and Steven Sotloff and American aid workers Peter Kassig and Kayla Mueller. The pair, both British nationals, were part of a group of four ISIS terrorists known as the Beatles because of their British accents. The leader of the group, Mohammed Emwazi, was killed in a Hellfire missile strike in 2015. The fourth member of the group, Aine Lesley Davis, is serving 7 ½ years in a Turkish prison. Reported by Fox News. Read more… The pair made their first appearance in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia on October 7, 2020. The appearance was by video. Among other charges, the pair were indicted on charges of torturing and beheading aid works and journalists. Reported by Fox News. Read more…

Despite dismantling ISIS in Iraq and Syria, the terror group is active elsewhere. In Mozambique, Africa, according to the European Union, ISIS-affiliated terrorists have formed a hub in the African country and have killed more than 1,500 people and displaced more than 250,000. Reported by Fox News. Read more…