“The mother recognised the voice and she screamed ‘that is my son’ while he was talking before beheading the first American hostage.” – A source
It has been reported today that the parents of ISIS blood thirsty executioner Jihadi John had known for some time it was their son responsible for the barbaric killing of western hostages. Therefore they should be prosecuted for aiding and abetting terrorism / war crimes.
The information they possessed knowing the killers identity could of saved counter terrorism and intelligence agencies thousands of man hours trying to find out who the public face of ISIS was. Hours that could of been used to finding the sources of the radicalization here in the UK. Potentially that info could also have saved the lives of some of the other victims who were beheaded. If his identity was known earlier maybe his location could of been pinpointed. With the rifle of an SAS sniper putting a bullet between his eyes before he had chance to execute the other hostages.
The infamous ‘Jihadi John’ was revealed to be University of Westminster student Mohammed Emwazi
Emwazi’s mother instantly recognised her son’s voice, it as been reported.
The dramatic revelation emerged after inquiries by investigators in Kuwait.
Foley, 40, was the first of at least five Western hostages who have been executed by Kuwaiti born Emzawi, who grew up in west London.
It has emerged that Emwazi’s parents were aware of their son’s activities for months, according to testimony given to Kuwaiti police by his father Jassem, 51.
“When they played the video again, the father was sure it was his son.”
Insiders described the father, a former policeman, as “emotional and upset at what had happened to his son” while talking to investigators.
He told them: “I am waiting day-by-day to hear about his death.”
The family, who live about 20 miles outside Kuwait City, believed the killer had travelled to Syria to “deliver aid.”
Mr Emwazi snr is said to have left Kuwait after collaborating with Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi forces after they invaded in 1990. He gained British citizenship in 2002 and moved back to Kuwait the following year, according to local sources.
The family belongs to a group known as Bedoons who do not have full Kuwaiti citizenship and lack full educational and employment rights. Many live in impoverished neighbourhoods.
Former policeman Jassem Emwazi, the father of Jihadi John, is said to be ’emotional and upset’
She said in a radio interview:”I can’t even begin to say the shock and the horror that I feel.
“Even now when I’m listening to the news and I hear his name I feel the skin on the back of my neck stand up because it is just so far from what I knew of him, and it is so shocking and so horrendous the things that he has done.”
Ms Shuter said that far from the arrogant killer who features on IS videos, she remembered a “hard working” boy bullied by his schoolmates.
She said: “He had adolescent issues, as some of the young people, particularly at that age – year nine, particularly the boys, is a time when the hormones start raging, and he had some issues with being bullied which we dealt with.
“By the time he got into the sixth form he, to all intents and purposes, was a hard-working aspirational young man who went on to the university that he wanted to go to.”
Emwazi moved from Kuwait to London when he was six. His family settled in the Mozart Estate – one of the capital’s most notorious estates which has been blighted by gangs and violence.
Concerns have been raised that pupils at Quintin Kynaston – a flagship academy in Swiss Cottage, London, once visited by then prime minister Tony Blair – were radicalised as teenagers.
Ms Shuter said there was nothing to indicate the pupils were being radicalised and would go on to slaughter innocent people.