Mom: 'I gave birth to a monster'... Story of How Her Sweet, Beautiful Daughter Met a Recruiter for ISIS Click to Tweet

A young Siberian woman threw away an education and a promising future to join Islamic terrorists, her mother says.

Fatima Dzhafarova, 20, was attending Surgut State University and studying to be a linguist when she was apparently lured away by a fanatic.

Photo Credit: Siberian Times

“I will simply be beside myself if she takes someone else’s life,” mom Shakhla Bochkaryova told the Siberian Times. “It’s better not to live than to be the mother of a terrorist. You realize what a monster you gave birth to. It is hard for any mother.”

Dzhafarova was three months into her college career when the fashion-conscious student stopped returning her mother’s phone calls.

During a visit home in 2013, she told her parents she’d taken up with Islam and refused be part of the family’s New Year’s celebration.

Mid-2014, Bochkaryova, now 41, found out that her daughter had dropped out of school…

Soon after, a man came calling.

He was 36-year-old Rustam, though he introduced himself as Abdullah. The worried parents didn’t know it then, but he was a recruiter.

Rustam asked Dzhafarova’s parents for permission to marry her — even though he already had three wives who each had three children.

Bochkaryova said no.

“She told me: ‘Our brothers will come and kill those like you, infidels. They’ll cut heads with knives. And you know, my heart won’t miss a beat.’”

Bochkaryova was scared.

“I looked at her and I could no longer see my child,” she said.

So she chained Dzhafarova to a radiator — but her daughter still managed to escape, fleeing out a third-story window…

Source: Mother of jihadist: ‘I gave birth to a monster’