ISIS militants who were allegedly involved in the Sinai plane crash spoke in British accents, according to UK newspaper The Telegraph.
The newspaper says that British-born jihadists were recruited by ISIS, and may be directly involved in the attack.
If confirmed this would move the issue of ISIL recruiting Britons high up the UK government’s anti-terrorist agenda.
UK and US officials said earlier this week there was a possibility that the crashed Russian airliner could have been brought down by a bomb.
The Airbus A321 was flying from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg when it crashed, killing all 224 people on board.
UK media reports cited British investigators, who help with the Egypt-led inquiry into the cause of the plan crash, saying their suspicion was based on intercepted communications between ISIL-affiliated militants operating in the Sinai peninsula and their leaders.
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