Originally posted on BBC News
The widow of a man killed by a masked Islamic State militant known as “Jihadi John” says she wants him caught alive.
Dragana Haines said the “last thing” she wanted for the man who had killed her husband, British aid worker David Haines, was an “honourable death”.
Student Rights, a group tackling extremism on university campuses, told BBC News it had found a number of events at the university that featured extremist Islamist preachers, and large amounts of extremist material had been shared with students.
Rupert Sutton, the group’s director, said: “Given that he travelled so soon after graduating, it’s entirely possible he picked up the views that led him to travel whilst he was studying.”