A British Morrisons worker who fled to join ISIS in Syria has moaned about Muslims' lack of support for the terror group in a warped online rant.
Omar Hussain, a former supermarket security guard-turned jihadi recruiter from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, used an encrypted app to whine about coalition bombing.
The 30-year-old, who now refers to himself as Abu Sa'eed Al-Britani, is believed to have recorded his Telegram message from Raqqa as Syrian Defense Forces move in on the ISIS stronghold.
British Morrisons worker Omar Hussain (pictured) who fled to join ISIS in Syria has moaned about Muslims' lack of support for the terror group in a warped online rant
He said: 'You got muhajirat [female extremists] here, you got kids here.
'The kuffar [non-believers] are bombing without differentiating between anyone, sometimes they bomb the front lines, sometimes they bomb the cities.
'Why? Cos they want to cause emotional and psychological sort of pain to the mujahidin.
'I don't understand how a brother can go home every night, sleep with his wife, enjoy his life, eat nice food and everything and not have the mujahidin in his concern.'
Hussain left Britain in December 2013, flying to Turkey via Gatwick, despite being a known extremist who was stopped at Heathrow airport