Intelligence sleuths suspected this to be the handiwork of disgruntled jihadis. The forms were found on memory stick stolen from leader, according to a report carried by Daily Mail.
The treasure trove of data for security services battling the terror group contains the names, nationalities, addresses, telephone numbers, family contacts and the fighter’s personal recruiter.
The details contained 16 British fighters , including Birmingham hacker Junaid Hussain and Cardiff-born Reyaad Khan, who were both killed by a US drone last year.
Former UK intelligence chiefs described the documents as a ‘goldmine’
The files also include British rapper Abdel Bary, a 26-year-old from London who joined IS in 2013 after visiting Libya, Egypt and Turkey.
Before recruiting a jihadi, the ISIS leadership has asked to furnish details on 23 issues. It includes name, blood group, marital status, address, previous job, level of education, countries travelled, role they wish to take up in ISIS, special skills, place of work, level of sharia understanding, contact numbers, address, friends details etc., Daily Mail stated.
The documents are from ISIS’ entrance interviews, probably held in Raqqa, Syria, and show that the terror group has its own human resources department.
Most of the applicants were from Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, US, Britain, Germany and France. There are also applicants from Lebanon, Australia, Netherlands, Russia and Afghanistan, according to Daily Mail story.