No, a radical Muslim had anger issues? You don’t say.
Jihadi John, a masked Islamic State terrorist seen in gruesome videos of beheadings of Western hostages, received anger management therapy in his first year of secondary school in the UK after getting into fights.
Mohammed Emwazi, who has been seen in beheading videos of Western hostages, attended Quintin Kynaston school in Queens Park, north west London, a decade ago.
His former teacher said Emwazi needed help controlling his emotions but he was regarded as a “success story” after the therapy, she added.
Emwazi was unveiled as a Kuwaiti-born British man in his mid-20s leading to criticism of UK security services for being aware of him but not preventing him from joining Islamic State.
“We’d find that he’d get very angry and worked up and it would take him a long time to calm himself down, so we did a lot of work as a school to help him with his anger and to control his emotions,” the teacher was quoted as saying by BBC.
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