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The family of a Brighton teenager, who has died in Facebook.
The parents of Abdullah Deghayes, who live in Saltdean, near the south coast city, thought he was visiting family in Libya.The 18-year-old s father, Abubaker Deghayes, said: At the moment we don t have any details. We found out on Facebook. I hope he died for a noble cause, trying to help Syria, I need to find out. I might go and travel and see. He was a youngster who didn t communicate a lot. With parents, once they grow, they don t tell you much about their lives. The circumstances of the teenager s death remain unclear , police in the UK have said. A spokeswoman for the Foreign Office said: We are aware of the death of a British national and are urgently looking into it. The student is the nephew of Omar Deghayes, who was held by the United States as an enemy combatant at Guantanamo Bay detention camp between 2002 and 2007 after he was arrested in Pakistan. He was released without charge. The situation in Syria is currently so volatile the UK does not have a representative there, making it difficult to establish the facts. The government currently advises against all travel to Syria and says it cannot offer consular services. A spokesman for Sussex Police said: On Monday, April 14, we received information that an 18-year-old Brighton man had been killed in Syria in recent weeks. The circumstances of this reported death remain unclear and we are in contact with the family. The teenager’s Facebook page says he was a student at Longhill High School, at Rottingdean, near Brighton. It adds that he intended to be a University of Brighton student from 2015 and works for Adidas. Messages on Mr Deghaye s Facebook page suggest he left the UK in February and may have been going to Libya. On April 4, messages were posted saying may God protect him . As news of his death in Syria emerged, friends posted tributes on social networking sites. Finn Langford said: Feels so weird that your actually gone rip Abdullah Deghayes gone but never forgotten sleep tight mate xxx. Harry Hall posted: Never forgett you brother, love ya. Louise Tierney said: Miss you like mad! Love you mate forever in my heart. Nezar El-bayouk posted on Twitter: R.I.P. To My Boy Abdullah Deghayes. Jannah InshAllah! Another woman, Miss Newland, posted: R.I.P this is such a shock, can not get my head around it. Everyone s gonna miss you Abdullah Deghayes. much love xxx Around 400 Britons are believed to have gone to Syria over the last two years, authorities believe, many of them to join the civil war, with an estimated 20 having died. The Foreign Office website says: British nationals in Syria should leave now by any practical means.
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