British jihadi fighting with Isis: 'people love to see heads on spikes'

Posed up: British ISIS fighter Abu Abdullah Al-Habashi, 20, poses in front of a Syrian soldier strung up and decapitated in Syria

A British ISIS fighter poses gleefully in front of a decapitated soldier strung up and murdered in Syria.

Abu Abdullah Al-Habashi, 20, who fled the UK for the Middle East nine months ago, has 'no sympathy'

for the executed man and said 'people love to see heads on spikes'.

The Muslim convert is among the hundreds of people who have fled to UK to fight in ISIS and says 'there is no going back'. 

Posed up: British ISIS fighter Abu Abdullah Al-Habashi, 20, poses in front of a Syrian soldier strung up and decapitated in Syria

Up to 500 British Muslims are believed to be in the region with as many as half joining forces with ISIS, a group known for its extreme violence, including crucifying and beheading its enemies. 

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