Toronto | A Syrian man who has been asking the Canadian government for refugee status after suffering medical complications is suspected by Canadian authorities to be a former ISIS soldier.
Abdullah Chaoukat, 36, has demanded refugee status after claiming that an incident with a goat has left him emasculated and that he had since been ostracized by his community and feared for his life.
The man claims that since he is no longer fertile, his family has rejected him and he has been the victim of many death threats from his community.
“At first, people just make jokes at me, call me goat f***er, but then my wife and her family almost beat me to death,” he explained.
“The goat performed oral sex on me only one time, one time too much. I did not know they could chew so hard. I have suffered enough, I am not a man anymore,” he told reporters in tears.
A former ISIS soldier
Top U.S. and British intelligence officials warned Canadian authorities of the true identity of the man this week.
“We were told of his real identity and of his role in the ISIS troops in Syria” explained Canadian Security Intelligence Service agent, John Donahue.
“He was an important general until the incident with the goat, it was all down spiral for him afterward,” he explained.
“He seems to have been ostracized by his troops after he was allegedly emasculated by a goat, after that, he became a simple soldier and some accounts claim he had even become some sort of prostitute for the troops,” he adds.
Abdullah Chaoukat has admitted to performing sexual acts on men but only “because he was forced to” and “was not sure if he liked it or not” he said under interrogation by CSIS agents.
Top U.S. intelligence officials have warned on multiple occasions that ISIS was likely to attempt direct attacks on the U.S. in the coming year and that the group was infiltrating refugees escaping from Iraq and Syria to move across borders.