Since a while there is this one Jihādī fighter in Syria, Abu Fulan al-Muhajir, I am following on Twitter with increasing interest.
He is very open about what happens around there; within limits of course. Call it a view on the daily life of a foreign fighter in Syria. He writes about his life on the front (examples: a photo of charging smartphones connected to what seems to be a homemade transfo, a tweet about soup tasting like soap, his short story about being hit by shrapnel from a tank, …) And once in a while he talks about other Muhājirūn he meets.
And under hash tag #NationalitiesIHaveMetInSyria, here are the international “contacts” of Abu Fulan:
He concludes :
I’ve probably forgot some of the #NationalitiesIHaveMetInSyria. It’s amazing to meet brothers from all over the world
The brothers from Tunisia outnumbers everybody else. As far as I’ve experienced