A British teenager has joined the fanatical band of Islamic terrorists rampaging across Syria and Iraq and killing thousands, it has been reported.
Mohammed Hadi, 18, from Coventry in the West Midlands, is believed to have joined ISIS, an increasingly-powerful Islamic militant group leaving a trail of dead in the troubled region.
The youngster, of Iraqi Kurdish extraction, is known as 'Osama Bin Bieber' after the Canadian pop star because his youthful appearance.
Hadi is said to have been radicalised by extremist clerics at a madrassa (religious school) in the city and travelled to the Middle east with three other men.
He has posted pictures of himself on Instagram holding guns, and posted tweets claiming to be in Syria with ‘Dawla’, another name for ISIS.
His parents are believed to have reported him missing to police back in March. It has also been reported that police were previously warned about his growing extremist outlook.
The Sun On Sunday spoke to Mahir Hadi, 38, the father of the teenager.