The post has been shared more than 18,000 times
James Moore

15:41 17th September 2015

In an inspired reaction to the fake images claiming that ISIS rebels are posing as refugees, somebody has posted an image claiming that Ice Cube is among those we should be afraid of.

A recent completely bogus post shows a before shot of a man with an assault rifle in the Middle East and an after shot of him at a border crossing in Europe. It was later revealed that he was actually a soldier for the Free Syrian Army, who fight against ISIS.

Micky Williams posted his photo with the logos of the English Defence League Britain First, two far-right groups with worryingly large social media presences. Clearly ridiculing the usual scare tactics used on these kinds of posters, Williams' caption reads:

"This Muslim convert ISIS Soldier is pictured here on a boat crossing from Syria into Greece on 23/08/15. The second picture is the same Muslim convert ISIS Soldier pictured in a block of high rise flats in Balsall Heath, Birmingham on 13/09/15. They're here. Don't say we didn't warn you!"

Williams' post has been shared more than 18,000 times since it was published on Tuesday, with many revelling in his obvious satire of anti-migration and Islamophobia rhetoric. However, in a later post he estimated that "a good 10 per cent" of people reposted it thinking it was genuine. We are doomed.

When recently promoting the hugely successful N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, Ice Cube claimed that the legendary hip hop group paved the way for "Eminem and South Park."