A British fighter with Islamic State militants in Syria has died, a leading researcher into extremism has claimed.
Hamidur Rahman, one of a cluster of radical fighters from Porstmouth, died on 27 July, according to Shiraz Maher, a Senior Fellow at Kings College London's International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation.
Hamidur Rahman, British foreign fighter with ISIS, part of the Portsmouth cluster of fighters, has died in Syria. http://t.co/EUIuVMtpqX
Hamidur Rahman, deceased British foreign fighter in Syria, grew up in Portsmouth. Previously worked at Primark.
Mr Maher said Rahman appears to have been killed in action, and claims to have spoken to him a few weeks before his death.
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