28 Sep '17, 7am

[Mothership] Non-judgemental S’poreans: Don’t highlight S’porean ISIS fighter a dropout, ex-convict & druggie https://t.co/0p6dFWYiGY

He attended religious gatherings while in the Middle Eastern country, and told at least one of his relatives of his interest to perform jihad . As he was making his way across the Turkish-Syrian border, he contacted one of the members of his family to tell them he was headed into Syria. He later asked them for prayers for his safe passage. He was fighting on the frontlines with ISIS, and sustained an injury in combat. He fought in Iraq and Syria. He also dispensed religious advice to his family and friends in Singapore from Syria and Iraq. He expressed his hope that his family would move to the self-declared ISIS caliphate, as to him it is a sin to live in what ISIS deemed to be an infidel country. He asked his family to support ISIS and said he would intercede for 70 of his relatives if he achieved martyrdom. There are two other Singaporeans in Syria and Iraq, with their ...

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