Authorities in Australia issued an ‘Arrest Warrant’ for a doctor who has recently joined the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Tareq Kamlah, The former pediatric, appeared in a propaganda video for the terror group, calling his work “Jihad for Islam” and imploring to “consider coming”.

Assuming the name of Abu Youssef Al-Australi, tareq is now treating wounded jihadis in the ISIS-held parts of northern Syria.

Tareq is believed to have left to Syria in March and settled in the ISIS de facto capital of Al-Raqqa.

This is the 4th Arrest Warrant to be issued against Australian nationals for joining ISIS.

“I have no input or responsibility over the political or military actions of the state, if they are correct I wish them progression, if they are not, this is between them and God”, Tareq posted on social media, attempting to isolate himself from ISIS’ fighting ideology.

According to the Australian federal police, Tareq will be immoderately arrested once he set foot in Australia, if ever.

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