Hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza’s jihadi son claims he has been stripped of his U.K. passport by the Home Office.
Fighter Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, fled Britain to Syria in 2013 after his extremist father was extradited to the U.S. on terrorism charges.
But now he has complained to an Arabic paper that the U.K. Government has blocked him from returning.
Denying he was a terror threat, Mustafa, insisted: “Britain is the place where I was born and lived ... I have never been a threat to national security in Britain, and will not commit aggression on its population because our religion does not allow attacks on unarmed innocents.”
Mustafa says he has taken part in battles in Aleppo and on his Twitter feed made boasted about killing Syrian President Assad’s regime forces.
Despite claiming his passport has been stripped he revealed he will still attempt to get back into Britain once the fighting in Syria has stopped.
He is one of an estimated 400 British jihadists fighting in Syria and Iraq for groups ranging from moderate rebels to Islamic State (ISIS) butchers.
Last month he starred in a propaganda video in which he both denounced President Assad and criticised ISIS for giving Muslims a bad name.
His notorious hate preacher dad Abu Hamza – infamous for his hook hand prosthetic – was jailed for life for terrorism offences during a trial in New York City in 2015.
He and has been serving his sentence in solitary confinement at a high security prison in Florence, Colo.