On the lighter side, he comments liberally on food, women and jihad couture, explaining that he mostly spurns the black balaclava favored by many foreign fighters.
"Masks are getting a bit boring these days don't you think?" he responds to a questioner asking whether he is worried about his face being plastered all over the Web.
Sushi is his favorite food, but he also gushes about Turkish cuisine and homemade Syrian fare. He would get married "the same day" if he found a pious Muslim "girl," but traditional Syrian families are wary of "outsiders" like him.
Despite his often jocular tone, Chechclearr is aware that foreign intelligence agencies are probably watching. When one questioner says he wants to go off to jihad in Syria and asks for counsel, Chechclearr says he does not answer such questions online. "Be very careful with these thoughts on the Internet," he admonishes.
A persistent interrogator probing into Chechclearr's origins is chided: "You want my bankcard number aswell? Hahaha. I can't give my real name, age and other information — because of my family and my background."
In November, it appears, Chechclearr's Instagram account was blocked and the images were no longer accessible. At the time, he had more than 2,000 followers.
"They are cowards, always looking for ways to stop the truth from coming out," Chechclearr says of the Internet censors. Previously, he complained, his Twitter account had been blocked.
Despite his penchant for documentation, Chechclearr says his jihad duties always take precedence. If forced to give up either his Austrian Steyr AUG assault rifle or his Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, he says:
"Smartphone, without a doubt."
Bulos is a special correspondent.