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A British ISIS suicide bomber has been revealed as a former Guantanamo prisoner who was handed £1million in taxpayers' money as compensation before fleeing to Syria.
UK national Jamal Udeen al-Harith was photographed moments before blowing himself up in an attack on a military facility near Mosul in Iraq.
The Muslim convert - who changed his name from Ronald Fiddler in 1994 - was sent to Guantanamo Bay in 2002 after he was caught by American forces in Afghanistan.
But after intense campaigning by Tony Blair’s government, the British citizen – who had pleaded his innocence – was freed two years later.
He launched a compensation claim on the grounds British agents knew or were complicit in his mistreatment and was handed £1million to stay silent.