Once bullets start flying, many of the so-called Isis Lions were quivering cowards who fled for their lives.
Bespectacled Hussein, 27, who now calls himself Abu Saeed al-Britani, whined about his lily-livered comrades in a series of postings on an internet fi le-sharing site.
He warned women thinking of joining Isis that many Brits who pose bravely on social media with AK-47s and rocket-propelled grenades were just “keyboard warriors” who work in offices many miles from any fi ghting.
Hussein, who used to live with his mum in High Wycombe, Bucks, said: “If someone is always on Twitter posting pics of himself then question why.
“The only reason a brother can be constantly on Twitter, fb, Instagram or other social media platform, is if he’s not on front lines. “
Hussein came to prominence in an Isis propaganda video last year. He urged the West to send troops to Syria and said: “We’ll send them back one by one in coffins.”