I will cut off western heads, says UK woman Khadija Dare

Posted: August 22, 2014 in World News
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A BRITISH supporter of the barbaric Islamic State terrorists has vowed to become its first female executioner.

Khadijah Dare, from Lewisham in East London, made the promise on social media a day after the video of US journalist James Foley’s execution shocked the world.

Dare, who is believed to be 22, wrote
under the Twitter name Muhajirah fi
Sham: “Any links 4 da execution of da journalist plz. Allahu Akbar. UK must b shaking up haha. I wna b da 1st UK woman 2 kill a UK or US terorrist! (sic)”.

The fanatic, who is believed to have left Britain to live in war-torn Syria, is the same woman who prompted outrage recently after photographing her toddler son holding an AK-47 automatic rifle.

Her comments have further fuelled
worldwide concern that the West will see more barbaric horrors like the beheading of Foley.

Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott yesterday expressed outrage at the beheading, and said the fact the man responsible seemed to be British showed Islamic terror was truly global.

“It just goes to show that this is not just something that happens elsewhere, it could happen in countries like Australia if we relax our vigilance against terrorism
and potential terrorism here on our
shores,’’ Mr Abbott said. “While these events are taking place far from our shores, they can have ramifications right around the world.’’

Mr Abbott said the horrific video also showed why it was critical for the ­ government to spent $630 million on strengthening our counterterrorism laws.

There are 150 homegrown Australians believed to be fighting with terrorists in Iraq and in Syria. Mr Abbott yesterday attacked Muslim groups that refused to meet with him during his tour of the
nation to explain the new terror laws.

“Obviously the most important thing is to talk and that’s why I was disappointed that a small number of Islamic leaders, community leaders, I thought rather foolishly boycotted that meeting,” he said.

“I doubt that will happen again because it’s so self-evidently petty to do that kind of thing. I dare say not everyone would use the phrase, I’ve used it and I’ll keep using it, because I expect everyone to be
on team Australia.”

In the UK, Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael Graydon, a former head of the RAF, and Air Commodore Andrew Lambert, a former air defence chief who commanded
forces in Iraq, have called for Britain to ramp up military options in Iraq.
“Being blunt, we must expect more of this. We are dealing with fanatical,
religious people who are long past the point of normal behaviour. They must be stopped,” he said.

It is understood there are at least four British citizens linked to the Islamic State terrorists who helped kidnap Foley.

Source: Telegraph AU

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