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Heather Nauert reported on Muhammad Daniel’s bizarre profile today, in which he listed himself as an “education management professional” with “The Islamic State.”

Daniel claimed he had been teaching schoolchildren “from ages 5-12” in Raqqa, Syria, since October 2014.

“Basic English conversation language. Teaching grammar, past and present tenses,” read his latest job post.

Seemed like a pretty standard job description.

Then, Daniel added this: “Living in the heart of the Islamic State is a good experience and I encourage others to come and see for themselves. There’s no danger here and a great place to bring up the family.”

The page now appears to have been taken down

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