A new Jihadi John is in town and his name is Jihadi Sid. It’s hard to believe this jihadi who’s capable of murder is in a new interview about his journey to join ISIS. This guy is an animal! His prediction is chilling:

He says: “For 90 years we have been without a caliphate and many of the rules within the Koran cannot be implemented.
“So now that we have this caliphate, I think you [will] see many Muslims globally seeing it as an opportunity for the Koran to be fully realised”.

A man who is suspected of being at the centre of a gruesome Islamic State video told a film maker two years ago that “the black flag of Islam” could one day fly above 10 Downing Street.

This follows disclosures that Siddhartha Dhar (also known as Abu Rumaysah) fled the UK to join Isil in 2014 despite being on the authorities’ radar, having been arrested six times.
He appears in a documentary called “The Jihadis Next Door”, and its director Jamie Roberts said he had “chills” when he heard the voice in the recent Isil propaganda video.

“These are the black flags of Islam. This one’s actually the flag of the Islamic State, so one day when the Sharia comes, you will see this black flag everywhere,” he told the film maker.

Rumaysah, who says he is from a Hindu background and converted when he was about 19, said the notion that the black flag of Islam would one day fly high over 10 Downing Street may have been described as “ludicrous” 10 or 15 years ago.
But he said that it is now “a very real, real possibility the way Muslims are coming forward in this country”.

Rumaysah was held in September 2014, when he was 31, as part of an investigation into alleged support of the banned extremist group al-Muhajiroun. He left Britain with his family the day after being released on bail, travelling to Paris and then Syria.
It has not been officially confirmed that the masked militant in the video, released a couple of weeks ago, is Rumaysah. The video shows the murder of five men accused by Isil of spying for the UK:


When the recent Isil video emerged, Mr Roberts received a text from Mr Shamsuddin, which had a link to the video, and a message saying: “You may know the voice.” Speaking about how he felt at that time, Mr Roberts said it almost felt “unreal”. He said he had spent quite some time with Rumaysah, including a few hours off camera where they talked in a coffee shop. “I’d got to know him fairly well,” he said, adding that the fact there was a possibility the man in the Isil video was Rumaysah seemed “crazy”.

Mr Roberts said that having met Rumaysah in Walthamstow and knowing about his job of renting out bouncy castles, he was left with a feeling of “how can this guy ever be a threat?” He said he still finds it difficult to comprehend “a journey of that magnitude”. Recalling the scene at Rumaysah’s garage, Mr Roberts said there was also a banner which showed Isil flags posted on all the countries in the world suggesting the thirst for “world domination”.


Mr Roberts said he thought Rumaysah’s talk about the black flag flying above Downing Street was “fantasy”. He said: “The black flag over Downing Street … I don’t believe that’s ever going to happen but someone might try and do it. And it’s that trying to is what’s difficult and I think that’s what the police are trying to deal with at the moment.” The film maker said the people he spoke to for his documentary seem to think “it’s a matter of time” before an attack will happen.

Via: Telegraph

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