Terrorism spotlight falls on Islington as brothers become Al-Qaeda poster boys

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Akram Sebah (left) and brother Mohamed – picture of the two which was sent out on social media, declaring them Martyrs

Rory Brigstock-Barron Thursday, January 30, 2014  7:00 AM

The terrorism spotlight fell on Holloway this week as three people in their 20s were linked to al-Qaeda in Syria.

Propaganda images were ­released on social media of brothers Akram, 24, and Mohamed ­Sebah, 28, who grew up in Cornwallis Square, and are believed to have died in battle in the war-torn country in September.

The two were pictured together smiling and brandishing guns in camouflage gear and were hailed “martyrs” and “young British ­lions” in messages sent out to ­encourage other recruits to follow in their footsteps.

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