ISLAMIC TERRORISM: Fourth ISIS ‘Beatle’ Member ARRESTED in Britain

The UK police have arrested Aine Davis, an alleged member of the ISIS ‘Beatles’ terror cell.

He is charged with being a member of a notorious extremist gang whose gruesome videos of brutal executions shocked the world.

Davis, now 38, travelled to the Middle East in 2013 during the radical group’s takeover of Iraq and Syria.

Born in west London, Davis was sentenced to seven and a half years in a Turkish prison after being apprehended in Istanbul and convicted of terror group membership.

He was arrested as he stepped off a plane as he returned to the UK for the first time, according to the BBC, after it was revealed that he was due to be deported to his birth country.

Davis denied being a member of the Beatles cell during his trial.

The Met said a man was arrested after arriving in the country but did not identify him.

‘Officers from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command arrested a man at Luton Airport today, Wednesday 10 August,’ according to a statement.

‘He was arrested in relation to offences under sections 15, 17, and 57 of the Terrorism Act, 2000, and was taken to a south London police station, where he is still being held.’

Despite efforts to conceal their identities, the cell earned its moniker because their British accents revealed their nationality.

Davis became radicalised in prison after being imprisoned for drug and firearms offences in 2006.

Authorities believe they guarded and tortured two dozen hostages, some of whom were executed, including by beheading.

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