The woman is a hero. She is taking extreme risks to her own life by exposing him. If family courts don’t provide her protection her life will be in danger. But then, Britain and European countries only pretend to care about human rights, while they aid and abeit women to be raped, beaten, mutiliated by a disgusting medieval fascist movement. Here we have a perfect example of a true moderate Muslim in this woman.
Syrian Muslim is investigated by police after claims he was radicalised by ISIS terrorists and had begun a university course in ‘air transport and pilot training’
- The man, who said he was from Syria, became estranged from his wife
- She said he supported Islamist terrorists and wanted to call one son ‘War’
- The details emerged during a Family Court hearing about their children
A Syrian refugee who took a university course in ‘air transport and pilot training’ was investigated by police after his estranged wife claimed he supported Islamist terrorists and wanted to call one of their children ‘War’ in Arabic.
A family court hearing heard how the woman had told police her husband, 34, had ‘expressed glorification of war’ and had bought bullet-proof clothes, gas masks, knives and night-vision goggles to send to ‘friends in Syria’.
She also claimed he had bought a ‘replica AK-47 with laser’ as a first birthday present for his son.
The woman, 31, said he had exposed the boy to violent films, told her the boy ‘should fight’ and had posed with child in a ‘freedom fighter’ stance.
The man, who cannot be identified, said his estranged wife was lying and had ‘started a conspiracy against me’.
The man started the course in September 2013 at Buckinghamshire New University, six months after being given indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Unit officers investigated the man the following year but he was not arrested or charged with any terrorism-related offences.
Ms Justice Russell heard he had been convicted of separate, unrelated offences and jailed in 2015.
He is still in custody and subject to a deportation order.
Ms Justice Russell, who is based in the Family Division of the High Court in London, held a family court hearing in Bristol about the case.
The couple are now separated and the judge had been asked to make decisions about the future of their two young sons.
The man attended the course at Buckinghamshire New University (pictured) but was later charged and is currently in custody.
Ms Justice Russell said the anonymity of the children must be protected.
She said the man had shown an ‘active interest in the conflict in Syria’ and she said some of his behaviour was ‘certainly’ bizarre.
Ms Justice Russell said the man had made a statement during the family court case which amounted to ‘little more than a lengthy diatribe’ against his estranged wife and the ‘British justice system’.
Ms Justice Russell said there was a dispute over the man’s nationality.
He said he was Syrian and had come to the UK to escape persecution in Syria but his estranged wife, who had met him in Britain, said he was Egyptian.
Ms Justice Russell said the man had been jailed after being convicted of offences relating to domestic abuse and the judge said it was a ‘fact’ the man had harmed his estranged wife.
She ruled that the two children should live with their mother.