Omar Hussein appears to struggle with the most basic tasks in the caliphate
Hussain, 27, who still lived with his mother before trying to become a terrorist, appears to struggle with the most basic tasks including peeling potatoes and washing his own clothes.
He posted one image to his Twitter account of a pile of potatoes, alongside a caption written in barely-literate English which said: “It tuk me 50 mins to peel 10 potatoes. Life cnt go on like this, I need a sabi [servant] I thnk ill cut them tmrw, too tired.”
The mummy’s boy militant, who now calls himself Abu Awlaki or Abu Sa’eed al-Britaini, also posted a picture of a drenched T-shirt, captioned: “That moment when it starts pouring dwn wth rain all of a suddn & u realise ur clothes r still on the washng line, lol.”
He also went on to upload a picture of his attempt at cooking himself dinner, captioned: “I am, what the Oxford dictionary defines as, a Chef! Tuk me 37 mins 2 make, im proud of myslf.”
He also bemoans the lack of Jaffa Cakes in the war-torn country, as well as posting a picture of a Ferrero Rocher alongside the caption: “Chocolate can do wonders when ur feeling lonely, lol.”
But the inept IS fighter, originally from High Wycombe, intersperses his dull postings with rambling essays about how those living under the terrorist group should conduct themselves.
Some of his tweets also show his attempts at becoming a bona-fide fighter.
In one posting he revealed how he is trying to get to grips with firing mortar rounds.
The images were accompanied by the words: “This is how we teach ur kids in school here in Sham. All girls had a shot.”
Last year Hussain told BBC2’s Newsnight: “I hate the UK, the only reason why I would intend to return to the UK is when I want to come and plant a bomb somewhere.’
He also appeared in an IS propaganda video vowing that IS would kill any troops sent to defeat the militant group.