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Mother of baby-faced Osama Bin Bieber schoolboy ‘fighting for Isis in Iraq’ accuses MOSQUE of paying for his air fare to fight jihad… as she only gave him £14 a week pocket money
Mohammed Hadi, 18, left Coventry in the West Midlands earlier this year
Was soon posting pictures of himself armed in Iraq and Syria
Thought to be one of more than 500 Britons joining the jihadists
His mother claims he would not have been able to afford travel himself
Accuses mosque of funding his journey as he had so little pocket money
By Kieran Corcoran, Daily Mail, June 30, 2014
A radicalised schoolboy thought to be fighting in Syria for the Isis jihadist army was bought a plane ticket to the war-torn region by his mosque, it has been claimed.
Mohammed Hadi, 18, dubbed Osama Bin Bieber, left Coventry in the West Midlands for Syria earlier this year and is now thought to be in Iraq.
The boy – nicknamed after the Canadian popstar because of his youthful looks – posted pictures of himself in desert combat gear armed with twin pistols, saying that he was fighting with Isis (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant).
But, according to Hadi’s mother, he had no means of paying for transport to the Syrian border with his £14 per week pocket money – and she believes religious leaders may have funded his journey.
Speaking to The Sun on Sunday, she said: They have arranged for this – his flights. They’ve paid for his ticket – there is no other way’.
‘He had no job. He is just a boy – he had money for soft drinks and to get the bus, no more. I don’t know if he’ll ever come back alive.’
The mosque in question was not named, and a cleric thought to be involved refused to answer questions. Hadi also attended a religious school, or madrassa, which last week said it called police as soon as it discovered the Hadi’s extremist leanings.
Last week his father, 38-year-old Mahir Hadi, said the family had no idea where their son was. Family members headed to the Turkish border with Syria in the hope of hearing word of him, but have found nothing.
Hadi is thought to have left for Turkey with friends Rasheed Amani and Ali Kharisani and headed on through Syria to Iraq. They are among around 500 British jihadists thought to have joined the fighting currently devastating the countries.
Twitter users have reported that Hadi, also known as Abu Yahya Al Kurdy, is currently near the northern Syrian town of Sarrin with a group of Chechens.
Meanwhile, Nova K. Doski, a London-based Kurd, posted: ‘I’m still laughing at this toddler. I said from the start he will become a terrorist.’
A Coventry local said he saw the teenager’s father in tears after discovering what he had done. He said: ‘He was so frightened that he would die out there.’
The father should be in tears for the victims of his son’s jihad.
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