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There are several hundred who have gone from Britain that we know of. Mr Hague said: 'As I have previously told this House, we estimate the number of UK-linked individuals fighting in Syria to include approximately 400 British nationals and other UK-linked individuals who could present a particular risk should they return to the UK.' He said 'some of these, inevitably' are 'fighting with' Isis.

One of the most notorious white converts was American John Walker Lindh, who trained with Al Qaeda and met Osama Bin Laden. More than 750 suspected militants have been killed in such air strikes, including Baitullah Mehsud, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban, in August last year.

Aged 21, he was found among Taliban and Al Qaeda prisoners during the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan.

'There are large numbers living in this country going to fight for these vile terrorist organisations and that's very worrying, particularly if they are returning to Britain having seen what they have seen and looking to recruit terrorists back here.' Mr Blair said: 'If we don't deal with the Syria issue then the problems are not just going to be for Syria and for the region, the problems are actually going to come back and they are going to hit us very directly even in our own country.' He added: 'If you talk to security services in France and Germany and the UK, they will tell you their biggest single worry today returning jihadists fighters - our own citizens by the way - from Syria.' While the British Army Reserve has struggled to attract recruits, the brutal ISIS insurgency in Iraq has been bolstered by 'several hundred' British-born fighters.

An image emerged over the weekend allegedly showing ISIS militants executing dozens of captured Iraqi security forces members.

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