A radical Islamist Abu Rahin Aziz from Luton, England who stabbed a football fan in the head with a pen has jumped bail and fled Britain to join ISIS in Syria.
Rahin skipped bail before he was handed a 36-week jail sentence in absence for attacking a football fan in London's West End. He told his followers on Twitter that he 'stabbed a kafir (non-believer) in the back of a head (sic) with a pen in London for insulting the Prophet Mohammed.'
The former credit control operator; who is an associate of the radical cleric Anjem Choudary later posted a picture of himself dressed in a military vest and posing with an AK-47 rifle.
He was once part of a radical hate group called Muslims against Crusaders, who set fire to a large poppy on Armistice Day in 2010. On Saturday, Aziz contemplated on Twitter which method he would use to destroy his British passport, confirming his intention not to return to the United Kingdom (UK).
He wrote: ‘‘Still deciding on what to do with my British passport, could burn it, flush it down the toilet.’’ The dailymail.co.uk reports that it is unclear whether he took his wife and two children with him when he fled via Amsterdam to Turkey and crossed over the Syrian-Turkish border.
The jihadist also posted a photograph of himself and Dr Mirza Tariq Ali, 38, captioned: ‘‘This is us breaking our bail conditions being together in UK.’’ The photo showed the two bearded radicals, dressed in matching white thobes and pakol hats.