Leaders of a Cardiff mosque, attended by 3 young men who are now fighting in Syria, say they had nothing to do with their radicalisation.
The brother of a British jihadi fighter who featured in an Isis promotional video in Syria says he was not radicalised by his local mosque.
A British jihadist has warned the UK that it should be afraid of the skills he has learnt after posting images of what appear to be bombs.
Militant group Isis has ordered all girls and women in and around the Iraqi city of Mosul to undergo female genital mutilation, a UN official said.
The "fatwa" issued by the fighters would potentially afflict 4 million women and girls, UN co-ordinator Jacqueline Badcock said, saying the order was "of grave concern".
– Jacqueline Badcock, UN humanitarian co-ordinator in Iraq
This is something very new for Iraq, particularly in this area, and is of grave concern and does need to be addressed. This is not the will of Iraqi people, or the women of Iraq in these vulnerable areas covered by the terrorists.
The Government has frozen the assets of three British citizens reported to have been involved in terrorism-related activities in Syria.
Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan, both from Cardiff, and Ruhul Amin, from Aberdeen, has been added to the Treasury's list of people targeted for financial sanctions, its website states.
Muthana and Amin appeared in a promotional video for the Islamist militant group Isis.
A mosque attended by two British jihadis fighting with Islamist rebels in Syria has denied teaching extremist ideologies.
According to Sky News, the Al-Manar Centre in Cardiff has confirmed that two men who appeared alongside a third Briton in an Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (Isis) propaganda video had visited the mosque.
Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan, both from the Welsh city, featured prominently in the video by Isis, which urged Muslims in the West to join their fight.
However, the mosque denied it encouraged members to take up arms to join extremists abroad.
In a statement reported by the broadcaster, the Al-Manar Centre said: "It is worth mentioning that ACT's stance is well known, that we are opposed to going to Syria or any other country, to participate in an armed struggle and have always made this clear."
A new photograph has emerged of Abdul Raqib Amin, a British man who appeared in an Isis militant recruitment video, before he was 'radicalised' by Islamist extremists.
Taken on a night out with friends in Aberdeen a few years ago when he was in his early twenties, clean-shaven smiling and posing jokily with friends, he is just another young man on a night out in town.
A former schoolmate, Naz Hussain, 28, said of Amin's appearance in the Islamist militant video: "He was really popular, everyone knew him. All his old classmates, they just can't believe it."
The Prime Minister's spokeswoman said 15,000 items of "jihadist propaganda" have been removed from the internet.
YouTube said last night it would take down any full-length versions of a film of British jihadists calling on young Muslims to fight in Syria and Iraq.
The Government has removed 15,000 pieces of extremist material from the web since December, about 180 per day, the spokesperson said.
One of the British jihadis filmed in an Isis propaganda video was filmed as a teenager saying he wanted to "get rid of the evil of the world" in a film in 2011, the Mirror reports.
Reyaad Khan, 20, from Cardiff appears in a 23 minute film about problems UK teens face and how to overcome them. He said:
"You just got to get rid of the evil... if everyone can just choose the good the evil will go away.
"If you’re around people drug dealing every day its hard not to get tied into that.”