Father of two ISIS fighters who died in Syria ‘dislocated woman’s shoulder as he tried to exorcise demon’

A mosque leader whose two ISIS-fighting sons were killed in Syria is in court for allegedly assaulting a woman while trying to rid her of a ‘demon’.

Abubaker Deghayes, 49, who is in charge of al-Quds mosque in Brighton is accused of attacking the woman by bending her arm until her shoulder dislocated.

He is also accused of intimidating her when she went to police over the alleged attack.

He seems integrated.