Aqsa Mahmood’s warning to West’s Muslims as she rejects appeal to return | Mail Online

Aqsa Mahmood’s warning to West’s Muslims as she rejects appeal to return | Mail Online.

Jihadist Aqsa Mahmood broke her silence yesterday to warn Western Muslims that it’s ‘us against them’ and to ‘pick a side’ in the war.

On the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Mahmood posted her diatribe in a third instalment of her online ‘Diary of a Muhajirah (immigrant)’ – in which she also said she would only come home to raise the black flag of IS over Britain.

She suspended her Twitter account after the Scottish Daily Mail revealed her identity as a Glaswegian private schoolgirl who abandoned her university studies to flee to Syria.

Yesterday, using a Tumblr blogging and social networking account under her adopted name ‘Umm Layth’, she shunned her Scottish identity and rejected her family’s pleas to return home.

The 20-year-old – who married an IS fighter in February – added: ‘The only time we will ever, ever return to those lands beithnillah (if Allah wills) is to raise our flag.’

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jitskesez: Please substitute “Allah” wherever the article translates Allah as God. Allah is NOT God. God’s name is YHWH (var. pron.).


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