“During phone calls she started regularly telling me to pray five times a day, and to live in line with Sharia Law as it is an obligation of every Muslim….She told me that she wanted to do the Hajj and move to Syria because she would be able to wear a hijab, live in line with Sharia Law, study Islamic law.” Not that this has anything to do with Islam.
“Islamic ‘zealot’ husband of nanny who beheaded a four-year-old girl in Russia is detained and quizzed over whether he radicalized his wife and made her kill the child,” by Will Stewart, MailOnline, March 7, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A Muslim ‘zealot’ suspected of radicalising the nanny who beheaded a four-year-old girl has been detained by police in Tajikistan.
Mamur Dzhurakulov, 48, had wed Gyulchekhra Bobokulova in a Sharia ceremony, after which her behaviour and outlook on life changed, according to her eldest son who said she encouraged him to train as a jihad fighter in Syria.
The 38-year-old nanny – a citizen of Uzbekistan – was last week charged with murdering the child, whose severed head she brandished in the streets of Moscow.
She confessed to the killing and claimed it was revenge for Vladimir Putin’s aerial bombardment of Muslims in Syria.
The Kremlin labelled her ‘insane’ and while under arrest in Russia she is undergoing psychiatric tests having earlier suffered from schizophrenia, according to medical documents.
Her Sharia husband Dzhurakulov – who the nanny had met in March 2014 – was detained by Tajik police last week, it is understood.
He is expected to face questioning on his relationship with the nanny and whether, as police suspect, he exploited her mental state to encourage her to commit an act of terror in murdering the child.
She is believed to have had a raging argument with him on the phone the day before killing Anastasia [Nastya] Meshcheryakova, who was buried in the Orel region of Russia today.
The nanny’s son Rakhmatillo Ashurov, 19, said his mother became a different person after marrying Dzhurakulov.
‘Since that time, I noticed that my mother changed,’ he told police in Uzbekistan.
‘During phone calls she started regularly telling me to pray five times a day, and to live in line with Sharia Law as it is an obligation of every Muslim.’
Under the influence of Dzhurakulov, she told him he could become a jihad fighter and go to Syria with her – but he refused.
‘She told me that she wanted to do the Hajj and move to Syria because she would be able to wear a hijab, live in line with Sharia Law, study Islamic law,’ he said.
‘Once I’d trained in a militant camp, I could become a mujahedin fighter and do jihad. Mamur could go to Syria with us if he was able to.’
The son said he bluntly refused his mother’s suggestion, and told her he would rather emigrate to America or South Korea.
He also revealed that for a time he lived in Dzhurakulov’s flat which he shared with other deeply devout migrant workers.
‘All of them were religious, were praying regularly,’ he said, adding that he moved out because he didn’t fit in.
They discussed moving to a country where Sharia Law applied, but Ashurov said he moved out because he was not religious….