Two ISIS henchmen were caught on video laughing at a beheading video while eating a meal from a London restaurant.
Mohammed Shamsuddin and Abu Haleema were seen in a British documentary on the terrorist group watching a disturbing propaganda video of men being drowned in a swimming pool and having their heads blown off.
Shamsuddinu and Haleema could be heard joking about the video’s quality and laughing as the acts of terror played out on screen.
“The guy is foaming at his mouth, you know what I mean. Wow,” Shamsuddin said while watching the video.
“That’s a HD quality bruv, 4K,” Haleema added.
Haleema has made several Internet videos denouncing British culture and values.
“What I’m saying in my videos, this is the basic message of Islam, and the aim of these videos is to [radicalize] people,” Haleema said of videos.
“It’s to brainwash people, to clean their brain of the filth of the kuffar [nonbelievers]. And obviously if ISIS is calling to the same thing then that’s just a coincidence.”
The documentary, called "The Jihadis Next Door," highlights extremist Jihadi Sid, who the two henchmen work for, and covers the time before he fled the U.K. to join ISIS in Syria. It was filmed over the course of two years.
Jihadi Sid is believed to be Abu Rumaysah, a London-based man born as Siddhartha Dhar. Jihadi Sid was seen in the propaganda video being watched by Haleema and and Shamsuddin in the documentary.