A radical Islamist who stabbed a football fan in the head with a pen has skipped bail and fled Britain to join ISIS in Syria.
Abu Rahin Aziz, 32, from Luton, 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, has since posted a picture of himself dressed in a military vest and posing with an AK-47 rifle.
His Twitter account was suspended. This is his new one.