British Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street in London on 18 June, 2014 preparing to meet Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas. (AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS)
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The father of a British man who appears in an online video urging Muslims to join the militant group the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) spoke Saturday of his family's distress at his son's actions. Ahmad Muthanna told BBC TV his son Nasser, 20, from the Welsh capital Cardiff, was one of five Islamist fighters who appeared in the video released this week encouraging others to join ISIS and fight for it in Syria and Iraq.Peter Fahy from Britain's Association of Chief Police Officers told the BBC an estimated 500 Britons had gone to Syria and Iraq.The broadcaster said two men who are believed to have traveled with Nasser Muthanna to Syria had previously been arrested in Britain on suspicion of terrorism offences.
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