Experience: School teacher. Employer: The Islamic State.
A man who said he joined the terror group in Raqqa, Syria apparently set up a LinkedIn account explaining his job, The Australian reported Monday.
“Living in the heart of the Islamic State is a good experience and I encourage others to come and see for themselves. There’s no danger here and a great place to bring up the family. Except Western Jet fighters that always drop bombs on Civilians," Muhammad Daniel reportedly explains in his profile.
The LinkedIn page claims that since 2014 he's taught grammar to elementary school children with the aid of a puppet. He listed his industry as "Education Management," as opposed to terror.
The man, originally from New Zealand, had changed his name from Mark John Taylor to Muhammad Daniel after officials deported him from Pakistan, The Australian reports. He appeared in an ISIS propaganda video last year.
Daniel apparently wrote that he previously served in New Zealand's army as a "Gunner Specialist." Another entry on his LinkedIn page is labeled "English Tutor," a job he claimed he held from 2012 to 2013.
He writes to potential employers, "I'm loyal, discipline, hardworking and have a large range of skillsets!"