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Twitter has suspended the jihadi handle, Magnet Gas (@spamc17 ), after threatening tweets were posted from the account.

The Twitter handle was reportedly being used by a Thane-based Isis terrorist Fahad Sheikh, who is one of the four boys from Kalyan who left for Syria to join the Islamic State.

Though Sheikh's Twitter accounts were suspended several times, he had always managed to come up with new handles under the name, Magnet Gas.

Sheikh posted two tweets warning of immediate retaliation over lynching of a Muslim man from a Greater Noida village for allegedly eating beef.

[Also read: Isis terrorist threatens to avenge lynching of Muslim man over 'beef eating' rumour]

The first tweet, with the hashtag #Revengesoon, said, "while Hindus in india killed a Muslim man on beef eating rumour .Coconut Muslim are arranging peace conference."

He also posted another tweet saying that the Raqqa-based militant outfit will avenge the alleged violence against Muslims in various parts of the country.

"A message to INDIAN muslims We love you all,even if you hates us . Soon IS will take the revenge of Gujrat,kashmir,Muzaffarnagar..," says the tweet.

On the night of 28 September, Mohammad Akhlaq, a resident of Bisara, was allegedly dragged from his house and lynched by a mob for allegedly consuming beef.

Meanwhile, All India Itthadul Majlis-e-Itthadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi has remarked that the lynching was pre-planned and that the victim was targeted over his religion.