In one of his most recent tweets he said: “To the people in the UK — because of the actions of your government it will be you who will pay the price, blame them and not us.
“Everything and everyone will be targeted, it is only a matter of time before it happens inshallah.”
“Don’t know why people in the UK think they can speak for us, we’ll come back to the UK and wreak havoc bidnillaah (if God wishes). British people watch out.”
In September, before his Twitter account was suspended, he wrote: “People in the west need to realise by now that their governments will never negotiate for their freedom, they don’t care about your lives.”
After being blasted by another user he responded: “Don’t worry bout us, remember we’re terrorists, worry bout your government who ‘represents’ you but doesn’t care for you.”
The tweets come as counter-terror police continue to arrest suspects alleged to be connected to extremist groups.
Last month two men were arrested near junction 1 of the M6 as part of an investigation into the group al-Muhajiroun. They were among nine men arrested at the same time.
On Tuesday four more men were arrested in central London on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
Police said the arrests were “part of an ongoing investigation into Islamist related terrorism”.