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Aseel Muthana, 24, of Cardiff, Wales, is rotting in a Syrian prison after serving as a “recruiter” for the corrupt death cult
The British traveled to Syria in 2013 to join the country’s bloody civil war and was reportedly a founding member of ISIS’s struggling caliphate.
But although security sources call him a “jihadist imam” in his recruiting role, the fanatic insists he wants to return to Britain for “rehabilitation”.
In an interview with Der Spiegel, however, Muthana mocks the horrors of warped extremists, including the throwing of homosexuals from the rooftops and the “crucifixion” of suspected spies.
Brit ISIS ‘recruiter’ moans he’s ‘been abandoned’ and begs to come home https://t.co/y7GPbtThWk
— The Sun (@TheSun) November 29, 2020
The daring terrorist even accused his brother Nasser, killed in a drone strike in 2016, of brainwashing him and recruiting him.
Like most Western jihadists in custody, he claims that as an ISIS agent he never picked up a weapon, although he was arrested after the group’s last stand in Bargouz in 2019.
He asked to go home and said: “I feel abandoned by the UK. I have human rights. I should be rehabilitated.”
“I mean, okay, let’s say I was a criminal, you can’t leave me.
It happens when British ISIS friend Shamima Begum tries to return to the UK via the Supreme Court.
Lawyers for Begum, now 21, say she will be allowed to return to fight the decision to revoke her British citizenship.
Meanwhile, Muthana said she “stopped having an opinion on the unnecessary killings of ISIS” because the bloodshed had become “normal”.
He said he was disappointed to continue to “lose” the executions of innocent people, including homosexuals.
Speaking of people being thrown off the roof, he said: “I’ve never seen this before. They always told me that you are lost and that you are lost.”
“It was like arrgh. It was like everyone was watching.”
The jihadist, who had a son with a British friend from the Islamic State in Syria, also denies being a terrorist recruiter, despite his Twitter account publishing propaganda calling for the beheading of the sect’s enemies.
But he claims that the social media account on which he claimed to be 100% pro-Islamic State in 2014 was controlled by his brother.
He insists that his brother, who appeared in an ISIS propaganda video and tops the Pentagon’s list of “killers”, would be “blamed” for joining the death cult. he was alive.
Muthana also told the newspaper that he saw his brother hit by a drone strike in Mosul, Iraq, and said: “I understand” why he died because “he posed a threat to the West and Britain.”
Speaking with ITV last year, he said he was tempted to join the murderous group due to his unusual propaganda videos.
He said: “When I arrived in Daesh for the first time, you must understand that I arrived long before the caliphate was pronounced.
“Before all those beheading videos, before all the burns, before all of these things.
“We came when ISIS propaganda and media were trying to help the poor and the Syrian people.”
Last year, his father Ahmed said he didn’t know if his children were alive or dead.
He said, “They thought they went there, it was heaven, but they found out it was hell. Live in hell but by force.”
Shortly after arriving in Syria, Nasser appeared in an ISIS recruiting video titled “There is no life without jihad”.
Ahmed said Nasser married a Bangladeshi woman who left England to join ISIS, while Aseel married a Somali who traveled from Glasgow.
He said his children told him they worked as translators.
He added: “They said they regretted going there because they said they didn’t know they would be mistreated.”