Place of Birth: United Kingdom;
Shabazz Suleman is a British man has been charged with terror offences after being arrested at the Heathrow Airport in London.
Suleman was arrested at Heathrow on 29 September under the provisions of Section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000. He is also accused of being a member of the Islamic State terrorist group.
He left the United Kingdom and fled to Syria to fight for the Islamic State terrorist group. There he received weapons training at a two-week Sharia training camp
Suleman even passed corpses on an infamous roundabout in the city, used specifically to crucify Islamic State prisoners.
On the weekend his father warned about the dangers of being ‘brainwashed’ through the internet – and that he feels sympathy for those who join the group.
His father regretted buying a phone for his son who he claims was radicalised on Twitter.
Suleman went missing on a family holiday to Turkey three years ago where he sneaked across the border to Syria.
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