Difference between revisions of "Ruzina Khanam"

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| quote      = Ruzina Khanam, 26, travelled to Syria in 2015 to join her husband Fabio Pocas, an aspiring footballer, who used his looks to recruit a series of western women. When she and her daughter, Noor, arrived in the country, Khanam, of Leyton, east London, moved in with Pocas’s two other wives — a teenage bride from Holland and a Swedish woman. Pocas, 24, who has been linked to Jihadi John’s murder gang, is thought to have been killed by a drone strike. His three European wives and their children.
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Revision as of 02:47, 20 March 2019

Ruzina Khanam traveled to Daesh occupied territory.[1] Her husband, Fabio Pocas, a jihadi volunteer associated with the "Jihadi Beatles", who tortured and murdered prisoners they were guarding, was "accused of filming an Isis stunt in which a captured Jordanian pilot was burnt alive".

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  1. George Martin (2018-10-28). "Members of Britain's biggest suspected female jihadi cell including the Muslim convert daughter of an ex-Army paratrooper are among dozens of Isis brides flocking back to the UK". Daily Mail (UK). https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6325411/Dozens-British-Isis-brides-flocking-UK.html. Retrieved 2019-03-14. "After being released without charged she was said to have fallen in with jihadi preachers in Germany, and western intelligence sources say Bracht ended up in Syria towards the end of 2014." 

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