The Guardian, 26 June 2012
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26 juin 2012
British would-be jihadists are heading to the Middle East to seek terrorist training because parts of the Arab world have "once more become a permissive environment for al-Qaida", the head of MI5 has warned.
Jonathan Evans said this was a "new and worrying development and could get worse as events unfold … some will return to the UK and pose a threat here".
Though Evans did not say how many people from the UK had gone to the region, it is believed the agency has monitored more than 100 who have attempted to link up with extremists in countries such as Yemen, Egypt, Syria and Libya.Read on...