30 jUNE 2014
"Lee Rigby 'was punished for crimes against Islam'
In one of Mr Zuhbi's social media posts, he discusses the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby, who was stabbed and hacked to death on a
London street by Islamic fanatics in May last year.
"The death of Lee Rigby wasn't murder, it was his punishment ... for his crimes against Islam," he wrote.
"If the governments won't hold their criminal soldiers responsible for the atrocities caused in our countries, the Muslims will."
Mr Zuhbi insists he does not represent ISIS and says the media has "sensationalised" the group.
"I'm not part of ISIS, I'm not a spokesperson of ISIS. What I do, however, is clear the misconceptions against them," he said.
Mr Zuhbi admits to living in an area governed by ISIS while staying in Syria.
"I did not see any brutality. I did not see any of these massacres people speak about," he said.
"There are groups that are much more brutal than ISIS. The only difference is ISIS has an Islamic agenda, they want to establish an Islamic