The militants of the IG told about life in the Caliphate with video games and Cycling

Shabazz Suleman

British Sulaiman Shabazz (Shabazz Suleman) who joined the militants of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia) three years ago, told Sky News about life in the Caliphate.

According to 22-year-old men, most of the time spent with the terrorists, he “played on the PlayStation in Grand Theft Auto V and Metal Gear Solid and ride the bike”.

Suleiman claims that the first doubts emerged five months after he joined the ranks of the militants. “At first it was Jihad, steeped in romanticism, we were going to defend the locals and not to kill and decapitate,” said he.

The man said that initially he was sent to the front, where he “did not kill anyone, but carried a weapon, which is not used”, but then was transferred to the “military police”, where he was to monitor the local population. According to the British, it’s more like office work. “I confess that I was with ISIS was a terrorist group, but I didn’t kill anyone and I hope no one is oppressed”.

Currently, Suleiman is Syrian prison located near the border with Turkey. The Briton claims that he made a “naive mistake” by joining the militants, and “wants to return to the UK”.

Concerning Suleiman the investigation. Many former fighters who decided to return home, saying that did not participate in the fighting, and were with the terrorists as staff.

In addition, from the point of view of the conservative mores of Islamic state terrorists in the game GTA V is invalid because of the abundance of explicit scenes.