Fatosh Ibrahim, a Swedish female ISIS supporter, was jailed for posing with her beheaded while in Syria. Photo/Swedish Police
GOTHENBURG – A support woman ISIS from Sweden was sentenced to three months in prison after being found guilty of war crimes. The war crimes charge refers to his posting a beheaded photo of himself while in Syria in 2014.
The horrific photo he uploaded on Facebook. The woman named Fatosh Ibrahim (35) was arrested when she returned to Sweden and brought to court.
Fatosh pleaded not guilty, but the Goteborg District Court in Sweden sentenced him to three months in prison.
The court said Fatosh had on two occasions posted photos of severed heads impaled on fences in Raqqa, Syria.
Fatosh used his cell phone to take a picture of himself in Raqqa’s Naim Square where Islamic State or ISIS militants display the bodies or heads of those who were executed.
“There (Raqqa) the women have no rights but have to do what the men say. I posted the pictures on Facebook, I don’t know what I was thinking. I was injured in war. It’s very common to see corpses in Raqqa,” Fatosh said in court, as quoted by The Mirror, Thursday (30/3/2023).
The court said in its ruling that he posted disparaging comments on Facebook about the people in the photos and argued that they deserved what they went through.
“This woman clearly expressed her sympathy with the actions of the Islamic State group, and her actions were deemed to be related to the armed conflict that was going on in the area at that time,” the court’s ruling read.
Fatosh Ibrahim is one of three brothers from Gothenburg, on Sweden’s west coast, who were all members of ISIS in Syria and then returned to their country.
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