28 Nov 2015

Isis 'poster girl' was chained to a radiator by her mother to stop her joining jihadists in Syria

A mother has told of her despair at watching her daughter turn into an Islamic extremist, saying she even chained her to the radiator in their home to stop her fleeing to join Isis in Syria.
Shakhla Bochkaryova, 41, from a small town near Surgut in Russia, told The Siberian Times how she had come to accept that she gave birth to a “monster” after her 20-year-old daughter, Fatima Dzhafarova, became radicalised and ran away.
An intelligent girl who always took pride in her appearance, Fatima had just started studying at university when her Ms Bochkaryova – who comes from a Muslim family – noticed her changing.
Three months into her studies, she stopped speaking to her mother, started covering her head and looked unwell and, in December 2013, Fatima told her mother that she was becoming interested in Islam.
Last April, her mother discovered that she had not been studying at the university for three months and brought her home.
Here, she was visited one day by a man calling himself Abdullah.
Ms Bochkaryova said he looked about 36, but was probably much older.
She told the newspaper that he had three wives, each of whom had three children, and that one of his wives was pregnant again when he arrived to tell Ms Bochkaryova that he wanted to marry Fatima.
“He told me he loved Fatima and she loved him,” she told The Siberian Times.


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