He’ll probably be receiving Father of the Year accolades from his fellow monsters.
The young son of an Australian jihadist has been photographed gripping the severed head of a slain Syrian soldier.
Khaled Sharrouf’s son, believed to be aged seven, used both hands to hoist the decapitated head up as he posed for a chilling photo.
His proud father, one of Australia’s most-wanted terrorists and a suspected war criminal, posted the photo to Twitter on August 8 with the caption: ‘Thats my boy!’.
The extremely graphic photo – seen on Twitter by Daily Mail Australia – is believed to have been taken in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa, according to The Australian.
With an uncomfortable expression on his face and clearly struggling to grip the head in his hands, the boy stands posing in front of a fence that featured the severed heads of apparent enemies of ISIS.
Dressed in an innocent blue t-shirt, checkered shorts, sandals and a cap – the youngster looks more as if he’s dressed for a holiday tour than a warzone.
Sharrouf also uploaded a photo of himself posing with the same soldier’s head with the caption: ‘What a head’.
Another photo shows Sharrouf posing with his three young sons dressed in identical camouflage fatigues, wielding machine guns.
One angry tweet, accompanied by a picture of Sharrouf and his children all dressed in military fatigues, reads: ‘The more u hate this path you infidel aussie dogs the happier feel dieinrage when you cant affect men lie about women.’
He has also directly threatened Australian journalists and claimed ‘Inshaallah soon in Aus’ – which means ‘God willing or if Allah wills’, a clear sign he wishes to bring jihad back to Australia.
Peter Leahy, former chief of the Australian Army, said he thought the war against Islamic terrorism might continue for 100 years.
‘You see something like that and you think ‘poor kid’… That kid is the next generation and how many kids are being exposed to that?’ he told Today.
Yet Democrats consider Republicans worse than these animals.