Sunday, July 12, 2015

British runaway Muslim schoolgirl, 16, marries Australian 'Ginger Jihadi' in Syria

(Daily Mail) A British teenager who fled to Syria has married a notorious Islamic State terrorist, who sent a chilling message to The Mail on Sunday threatening attacks on Britain.

Amira Abase, 16 – who travelled to Syria with two other school friends from East London – has married Australian extremist Abdullah Elmir.

He has bragged that IS would not stop their murderous campaign until their flag was flying over Buckingham Palace.

Police have now launched an urgent investigation after the radicalised fighter sent a horrific warning to this newspaper that supporters of the terror group are ‘itching to do an attack’ on targets in London.

Dubbed the ‘Ginger Jihadi’ because of his long red hair, 18-year-old Elmir became a poster boy for the Islamic State after he fled his home city of Sydney last year, and later turned up in Syria, appearing in sick propaganda videos.

One of the youngest Western fighters to have joined the group, he sent a message to The Mail on Sunday following our exclusive investigation into Abase, who we exposed last week as trying to lure an undercover reporter to Syria to become a jihadi bride like herself.

Elmir confirmed that he has married the British schoolgirl, who was only 15 when she travelled to Syria via Turkey earlier this year, and told us not to contact her again.

Boasting of his ‘connections’ in Britain, he warned of attacks against the UK as ‘brothers that I know there… are itching to do an attack.’

He added: ‘This is a direct threat.’