- Siddhartha Dhar was arrested in September along with eight other men
- They were questioned on suspicion of encouraging terrorist offences
- Dhar was released on bail to reappear in December but fled the country
- Later posted tweets boasting about how he could 'breeze' across Europe to Syria to join ISIS fighters because of a 'shoddy security system'
- This morning uploaded a photograph of himself posing with newborn boy
A wanted terror suspect from London who claims not to love his own mother because she is not a Muslim has posted a photo of himself in Syria - posing with an AK47 gun and his newborn baby.
Siddhartha Dhar, 31, was one of nine men who were held under suspicion due to their alleged links with the radical hate preacher Anjem Choudary and the banned radical group, al-Muhajiroun in September.
Known by the nom de guerre, Abu Rumaysah, Dhar had been made to hand over his travel documents to police, in an attempt to prevent him leaving Britain.
Less than 24 hours after he was released on bail, Dhar took a bus to Paris with his pregnant wife and four young children. The family then travelled on to Syria, where they joined the Islamic State.
Dhar was interviewed by CBS News' 60 Minutes programme earlier this month, telling presenter Clarissa Wards that he was unable to love his mother because she was not a Muslim.
It is understood that Dhar is of Indian origin and was raised a Hindu before converting to Islam.
Sickening: This morning Siddhartha Dhar uploaded this image of him posing with a gun and his newborn baby boy in Islamic State-held area of Syria
Siddhartha Dhar, circled, disappeared only 24 hours after being released on police bail, the follower of Anjem Choudary, centre, took a coach to Paris with his family before travelling on to Syria
Just hours after publicly declaring he had arrived in Syria, the wanted terror suspect made another surprising announcement on Twitter. He revealed that he had become a father to a baby boy.
'Alhamdulillah (all praise be to Allah), Allah (God) blessed me with a healthy baby boy in the Islamic State. Need to sort out aqeeqah.'
'He is another great addition to the Islamic State. And he definitely is not British. Will try to post a pic of him soon. Please make dua.'
A photo was subsequently posted this morning, showing Dhar proudly standing beside a mustard coloured pickup truck, wearing a thick military style coat and boots.
Held against his chest with his left arm is believed to be Dhar's newborn baby. The baby's face can be seen peaking out of its tightly knitted baby grow.
In the same photo, Dhar is also shown holding a machine gun in his other hand. The gun is supported on his right shoulder, with the barrel pointing up towards the sky and away from his baby.
Taunt: Dhar - who goes by the name of Abu Rumaysah - apparently tweeted these messages on Monday
This afternoon a woman in her twenties who is believed to be Dhar's sister spoke of how her family had been trying unsuccessfully to contact him since he left the country.
Speaking on the doorstep of their terraced home on the busy North Circular road of Edmonton, north London, she said: 'We ourselves are trying to reach out to him and haven't found a route.'
'We don't wish to speak to any media... I'm not going to tell you my name sorry.' As she spoke a second woman, thought to be Dhar's mother, appeared cradling a baby.
In an interview with Channel 4 News just weeks before his escape to Syria, Dhar publicly stated how he was desperate to live under Islamic State and wanted to denounce his British citizenship.
It appears Dhar was eager that his new son be born in the Islamic State rather than the UK.
The episode of CBS' 60 Minutes programme in which Dhar featured was titled 'Campaigning for ISIS in the West' and focused on Choudary's band of London-based radicals.
It featured interviews with a number of the group, with Dhar telling presenter Clarissa Wards that he is not able to love his own mother because she has not embraced Islam.
Prior to posting the photo of his newborn son, Dhar posted several tweets, proclaiming his love for Islamic State and the importance of the fight against the West.
Dhar wrote: 'The Islamic State will punish the tyrants in the West. The army of Caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (ha) is coming. Rejoice O Muslims.'