Scottish Parents Of jihadist Daughter Appeal To Her To Stop The Inciting Massacre & Return Home



The parents of Aqsa Mahmood, 20, (right) who left her home in Glasgow, Scotland, in November after becoming radicalised and fleeing to Syria, have begged their ‘intelligent child’ to return home. Muzaffar and Khalida Mahmood (left with solicitor Aamer Anwar) today said they were horrified that their ‘sweet and peaceful’ child had joined jihadists in Syria. The private schoolgirl fled Britain after becoming ‘radicalised’ and is now living in Syria having married an ISIS fighter.