Jihadi Jack seeks move to Canada after being stripped of British citizenship for joining Isil terror group

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Jack Letts, the Muslim convert nicknamed Jihadi Jack

The Muslim convert nicknamed Jihadi Jack has appealed to Canada to take him after being stripped of his British citizenship - as it emerged he will escape prosecution if they accept him.

Reacting to the British Government’s decision to revoke his citizenship, Jack Letts, 23, who is currently being held by the Kurds in northern Syria after leaving Britain to join Isil in 2014, said: “I was expecting something like this to be honest.

“I’ve been here for two and a half years and the British government has not helped me at all.  These things have very little meaning to me to be honest. I don’t think British citizenship is a big deal.”

Letts, who has previously admitted he was an enemy of Britain...

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