Melbourne: An Islamic State recruit from New Zealand has reportedly set up a LinkedIn account, describing himself as an "education management professional" working in the Syrian city of Raqqa for his employers — ISIS.
"Living in the heart of the Islamic State is a good experience and I encourage others to come and see for themselves," Muhammad Daniel, who works for the terror group, said in his profile.
According to his profile, he has been teaching English to children in Raqqa under the IS since October 2014. He claims to have been teaching English to children between the ages of 5 and 12, "teaching with a puppet and enjoyed having fun with the students".
He writes to potential employers, "I'm loyal, disciplined and have a large range of skillsets!"
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