|Danish teenager Lisa Borch who killed her won mother.|
15 yr old Danish teenager murders her mother after watching ISIS' filmed killings of British hostages.She has been jailed for 9 years along with her older jihadi lover.
I am in shock reading this,i can't get my head round it.I don't care if she was brainwashed by a 1000 men,why would a 15 year old girl wanna kill her own mother? What is happening in the world?And the worst part is her reaction to the mother 100% detached! As far as she was
concerned,she killed a fly! Incredible! So sad,she is an absolute spitting image of her mother.
According to Daily Mail,Danish 15 year old teenager,Lisa Borch was aged only 15 when in October last year she spent hours on YouTube watching footage of the killings of David Haines and Alan Henning.
Afterwards she and her radical Muslim boyfriend Bakhtiar Mohammed Abdulla, 29, stabbed her mother Tina Römer Holtegaard at least 20 times at the home they shared in rural Kvissel.A court which sentenced Borch to nine years in jail heard how she became obsessed with militant Islam after falling in love with an unnamed Muslim man. But he jilted her when he moved back to Sweden to be with his wife and children.
Nevertheless Lisa found a new soulmate in Iraq-born Abdulla, whom she befriended after meeting at a refugee centre near her home.
|Radical Muslim boyfriend Bakhtiar Mohammed Abdulla,who helped Lisa kill her mother.|
A later police examination of the computer showed that she had watched endless repeats of the killings of the two Britons, both of whom had gone to Syria on humanitarian missions
Borch's twin sister had recently moved out of the family home because she couldn't stand the constant arguing that went on between her mother and sister.
The court was told that Borch had teamed up with Abdulla after being dumped by her first lover. The two planned to flee together to Syria and fight for the ISIS cause.
The rows with her mother intensified as she pressured her daughter to break off her relationship with him and 'live the life of a normal teenager.'