Friday, March 06, 2015

Jihadi John apologist who said killer was a 'beautiful man' sparks new outrage after refusing to condemn stoning of women

  • Cage director Asim Qureshi was quizzed about extremist positions
  • Refused to condemn genital mutilation, domestic violence and stoning
  • Last week he defended the London-raised fanatic Mohammed Emwazi
The hard-line leader of the Muslim rights group who defended ISIS executioner Mohammed Emwazi has sparked further outrage after repeatedly refusing to condemn the stoning women.

Asim Qureshi, the director of Cage, was last night quizzed about extremist positions advocated by Muslim scholars - including female genital mutilation, domestic violence and stoning as a punishment for adultery.

But Mr Qureshi, appearing on the BBC's This Week programme, failed to speak out against the practices - while also defending the right of Muslims to wage jihad. 

It comes after he defended the London-raised fanatic Emwazi - unmasked as the infamous fanatic 'Jihadi John' - as a 'beautiful, kind man'.

Asim Qureshi, the hard-line leader of the Muslim rights group Cage, which defended ISIS executioner Jihadi John last week, has sparked further outrage after repeatedly refusing to condemn the stoning women
Asim Qureshi, the hard-line leader of the Muslim rights group Cage, which defended ISIS executioner Jihadi John last week, has sparked further outrage after repeatedly refusing to condemn the stoning women

Pressed by Andrew Neil, the show's presenter, to condemn a series of extreme positions, including claims that Jews are descended from pigs and homosexuality is evil.

He responded 'I'm not a theologian' before adding: 'I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.'

Mr Neil accused Mr Qureshi of advocating Jihad and Sharia law. Mr Qureshi responded: 'As far as I am concerned, Sharia law isn't practised correctly anywhere in the world. Jihad is part of the religion of Islam.'

He repeated his criticism of MI5 and the security services, claiming they helped to radicalise young Muslim men by mistreating them.

Former Home Secretary Alan Johnson said his remarks showed 'what we are up against in terms of the 'moderate front'.

The exchange came after London Mayor Boris Johnson accused Mr Qureshi of being an apologist for terror.

Mr Qureshi last week described London-raised fanatic Emwazi – accused of being the infamous 'Johadi John' in the ISIS beheading videos - as an 'extremely kind' and 'extremely gentle' man who had been radicalised as a result of harassment by security agencies.

The Cage research director said he believed the approach taken by the agents was 'a factor in the reason why he felt like he didn't belong in the UK any more'.

Mr Johnson responded: 'I really, really think that the focus of your indignation and outrage should be on people who go out to join groups that throw gays off cliffs, that behead people who don't subscribe to their version of Islam, that glorify in the execution of innocent journalists and aid workers.

'These should be the object of your wrath, not the security services who are trying to keep us safe.'

Mr Qureshi, 33, has revealed the he became 'anti-white' at the £18,000-a-year Whitgift School in Croydon, south London, which he attended as a child.

The controversial campaign chief was born in Britain to Pakistani parents and – thanks to his mother's ice-cream business – was sent to 400-year-old Whitgift.

Thursday, March 05, 2015

Mother reveals heartbreak over the horrific murder of her teenage daughter who was stabbed to death by her friend's jealous boyfriend

  • Elisa Frank's sister and best friend were murdered by Ahmad Otak
  • Otak stabbed Kimberley, 17, 15 times and spat on her body
  • He forced her to lure Samantha Sykes, 18, and then murdered her
  • Sam's mother Julie Warren-Sykes speaks for first time since it happened
  • Shares her experience in TV show Britain's Darkest Taboos 
A mother whose teenage daughter was stabbed to death by her friend's boyfriend has spoken of her heartbreak over the brutal murder.

Julie Warren-Sykes' daughter Samantha, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, was just 18 when her life was brutally cut short by Ahmad Otak, then 21, an Afghan asylum seeker who was jealous of her close friendship with his ex-girlfriend Elisa Frank.

Determined to punish Elisa, he murdered her own sister in front of her - and in a horrifying twist, forced her to lure her Samantha to her death in March 2012.

Elisa, now 21, had been in a relationship with Otak after meeting him at a foster home as a teenager but Julie said her daughter had concerns about her friend's new boyfriend.

'She told me that she was concerned about Elisa's relationship with Ahmad Otak. She felt there was something wrong with the relationship, and she said that he gave her a bad feeling,' Julie said.

Otak had become increasingly controlling of Elisa and tried to cut her off from her friend and younger sister.

Elisa's sister Kim Frank (left) was stabbed 15 times by Ahmad Otak who then licked her blood off his knife
Elisa's sister Kim Frank (left) was stabbed 15 times by Ahmad Otak who then licked her blood off his knife

He threatened Elisa with violence and said he would harm her family and friends if she left him. 

But with the support of Kim and Samantha, she eventually plucked up the courage to end their relationship. 

She could not fathom that Otak would be carry through with his violent threats in the most horrific way.

He asked Elisa to meet him at Kim's flat in Wakefield so he could collect some things from her.
But when she arrived, he launched a ferocious attack on her sister as Elisa looked on helplessly.

She recalled: 'All I can remember now is Kim fell on to me and I got pushed on to the bed a bit. Then I just turned round, and as soon as I turned round I saw the knife. 

'Hearing Kim screaming, really horrific screams, like something that you can't really describe unless you have heard something like that. 

'He was like, calling her a stupid b**** and stuff like that while he were stabbing her.' 
Elisa said Otak showed no remorse and seemed to gloat in the murder.

'He stood up, and licked the blood off the knife, and he spat down at her body,' she said.

Then he made Elisa call Samantha and ask her to come to the flat. 

Terrified Elisa complied but hoped her friend - who had career aspirations as a model - would realise something was wrong and wouldn't go. 

'I were hoping that she’d be able to pick something up from my voice, and then maybe phone the police,' Elisa said.

But Samantha was a loyal friend to Elisa and worried something was wrong with her, she rushed to her aid.

As soon as she arrived at the flat, she was stabbed to death by Otak. By then he had tied Elisa up with cable ties so she had no way of helping her friend.

'He seemed like he'd enjoyed it. Very calm, no emotion at all after he'd done it either, just none,' Elisa said of the murder. 

Meanwhile, Julie said she had a bad feeling something had happened to her daughter, who had left her a note saying she had gone to see Elisa.

'When I saw the note I had a bad feeling. It's a mother's instinct,' she said.

But she admitted nothing could have prepared her for the news that her daughter had been brutally stabbed to death.

The truth came out hours later after Elisa finally escaped Otak clutches as he tried to kidnap her by taking her to Dover to flee the country.

Much missed: Elisa still has nightmares about Kim (pictured)
Nightmare: She also has nightmares about her death
Much missed: Elisa still has nightmares about the night Kim (pictured right) and Sam (left) were killed

She managed to get away and call the police and Otak was arrested and the bodies of his two young victims discovered in Kim's flat. 

Julie recalls hearing the terrible news after hours of anguish worrying about her missing daughter: 'Samantha was missing for a number of hours through that night, and I just kept thinking, "She’s dead." 

'It’s not something that you can actually explain to anybody, it was just as if part of me had gone. It was an horrendous experience, the anxiety, feeling sick, just not really knowing what to do with yourself. You know, it's a mother’s worst nightmare. It was like torture.

'When the police came and told me what had happened, I think I just went into some kind of a shock, where everything seemed surreal. 

'The worst thing in the world was always, for me, when somebody loses a child, and it was the one thing that I asked, "if there’s a God, don’t ever let that happen to me, don’t ever let that happen to me." Of course, it has happened to me.' 

Otak was tried at Leeds Crown Court after pleading guilty to the two murders but both Elisa and Julie were disgusted to see he showed no remorse for what he had done. 

'To hear the detail of the injuries that both these young people suffered, is devastating. You just think, what is he thinking while he's sat there? Because he never showed any emotion whatsoever,' Julie said.

Evil: Afghan asylum seeker Ahmad Otak attempted to flee to France but was foiled by a brave fellow refugee
Evil: Afghan asylum seeker Ahmad Otak attempted to flee to France but was foiled by a brave fellow refugee

Otak was sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum of 33 years and 124 days.

Julie said of the sentencing: 'When he was sentenced you have a kind of feeling of euphoria, because you think, you know, that’s it, it’s done, he’s been sentenced, he’s got a long sentence. 

'But that soon goes, and so, within a couple of days, actually I felt probably worse than I’d felt for a significant period of time. I just fell to pieces. I'm still grieving for Samantha, as are many other people, and you learn to live with what's happened.'

Elisa says despite the lengthy sentence, she will never get over the death of her sister and best friend. 

She has turned to writing to help her deal with the events she witnessed and has written a book about her experiences called The Borderline Diaries.

She said: 'Since I've started writing I've been feeling a lot better, and I've noticed that bits of my past and things that I haven’t been able to process so much, come out in my writing, and then I always feel a bit like I've had a weight taken off my shoulders afterwards.'

Julie added that she wishes Elisa well and doesn't feel bitter about her part in her daughter's death.

'She has an opportunity now that I hope she’ll grasp, and move forward with her life, and do something wonderful,' she said.

She added: 'One of the real positive actions that we’ve taken as a family since Samantha’s death is to establish the Samantha Sykes Foundation Trust, whose purpose is to work with not-for-profit organisations who support and help victims of child sexual exploitation, or children and young people who are considered to be at risk of child sexual exploitation.

'We've been overwhelmed by some of the community support, and the generosity of local people has restored some of our faith in human kindness.'

To learn more about Samantha Sykes Foundation Trust visit 

Oxford University warns authors not to write about bacon, pork to avoid offending Muslims

Oxford University Press (OUP) explained that their books must take into consideration other cultures of the world and must avoid mentioning pigs or “anything else which could be perceived as pork,” the International Business Times reported.
The move was revealed during a discussion on free speech during BBC Radio 4’s “Today,” following the terror attacks in Paris.
“I’ve got a letter here that was sent out by OUP to an author doing something for young people.” Presenter Jim Naughtie said. “Among the things prohibited in the text that was commissioned by OUP was the following: Pigs plus sausages, or anything else which could be perceived as pork.
“Now, if a respectable publisher, tied to an academic institution, is saying you’ve got to write a book in which you cannot mention pigs because some people might be offended, it’s just ludicrous. It is just a joke,” he said.
The move was condemned by Muslim Labour MP Khalid Mahmood, the Times reported.
“That’s ludicrous,” he said. “That’s absolute, utter nonsense and when people go too far that actually brings the whole discussion into disrepute.”
OUP defended the move by saying it needs to make its books available to the “widest possible audience.”
“Many of the educational materials we publish in the U.K. are sold in more than 150 countries, and as such they need to consider a range of cultural differences and sensitivities,” a spokesman told the Daily Mail. “Our editorial guidelines are intended to help ensure that the resources that we produce can be disseminated to the widest possible audience.”
In a statement later, the company said its commitment to “academic and educational excellence” is “absolute,” the London Evening Standard reported.

Parents Refuse to Send Their Children to A Mosque Visit in Rotherham

A school mosque trip in Rotherham has been postponed because some parents felt that they did not want their children to wear‘headscarves, cover their arms and wear clean shoes.’
Bizarrely some parents also stated that they feared for the safety of their young children and one parent cited the fact that there ‘is no male supervision,’ citing the fact that because males and females sit separately in mosques, she did not want her son exposed to this. The same parent stated that her son may be vulnerable by entering a mosque and that the recent grooming scandals meant he was at risk by entering a mosque.
The article in the Rotherham Advertiser highlights parental comments which focus on gender segregation, grooming and change of clothing. The comments are naturally followed by denial of racism and bigotry with another parent stating:
“I would like to reiterate that we are not a racist school and neither myself nor my children are racist.”
Rotherham Mosque Visit

Mother-of-two bit chunk out of fellow worshipper's head at mosque 'with a crunching sound' and spat skin on the floor

  • Suad Awad bit extended relative Amina Essa at Shepherd's Bush Mosque
  • The 41-year-old bit a chunk out of her face before spitting skin on the floor 
  • Ms Essa said she could 'think of no reason' why there could be bad blood
  • Victim has been left needing plastic surgery to heal wound below left eye 
  • Somali-born Awad admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm but spared jail
A mother-of-two who bit a chunk out of a fellow worshipper's face at a mosque before spitting the skin out on the floor has been spared jail.

Suad Awad, 41, lunged at extended relative Amina Essa at Shepherd's Bush Mosque in west London on May 4, 2013.

Ms Essa, who said she could 'think of no reason why there could be bad blood between them', was left needing plastic surgery for the wound above her left eye.

Awad, a Somali-born unemployed part-time student who lives in Shepherd's Bush, has now pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm at Isleworth Crown Court.

Somali-born Suad Awad, 41 (pictured outside court left), lunged at extended relative Amina Essa (right) at Shepherd's Bush Mosque in west London
Awad bit a chunk out of Ms Essa's face before spitting the skin on the floor
Somali-born Suad Awad, 41 (pictured outside court left), lunged at extended relative Amina Essa (right) at Shepherd's Bush Mosque in west London. She bit a chunk out of her face before spitting the skin on the floor

The court heard that there appeared to be no motive for the incident, although the prosecution hinted at a dispute after Ms Essa apparently made comments about Awad's husband.

Nadeem Holland, prosecuting, said: 'The victim was leaving the mosque after completing her prayers and came across the defendant, who appeared to be entering.

'They are known to each other as members of the same extended family, their grandmothers are sisters.

'Ms Essa could think of no reason there could be bad blood between them, but there was a phone call several months earlier when she was supposed to have made comments about the defendant's husband.

'Ms Essa says the defendant jumped at her and could immediately feel the defendant biting her and heard a crunching noise and heard her spit.

The incident occurred at Shepherd's Bush Mosque in west London (pictured above) on May 4, 2013
The incident occurred at Shepherd's Bush Mosque in west London (pictured above) on May 4, 2013
'She says: "The blood came down like rain down my face."

'The defendant attempted to bite her a second time on the nose and Ms Essa moved her head and tried to push the defendant away and as she did the defendant bit down on the middle finger of her right hand.

'As Ms Essa tried to pull her finger away the defendant bit again, holding it in her mouth.
'She was shouting: "Let go, help, help" and two women intervened and assisted in getting the defendant off Ms Essa.'

Ms Essa has been receiving ongoing treatment for her wounds, including plastic surgery in which doctors have taken fat from another part of her body to use as a skin graft.

Andrew Sheriff, Awad's lawyer, agreed that there appeared to be no motive for the attack and said it was a 'one-off incident'.

He said: 'The parties can't assist with the motivation for the attack and the probation report suggests cultural or religious differences.

'There was no pre-meditation, she was not following the victim and it seems to be an accidental meeting and resulted in what she describes as an absolute moment of madness.

'This is a one-off incident in her life and there is remorse shown and no suggestion of on-going animosity. She is the sole carer of children aged seven and five.'

Judge Andrew McDowall handed Awad a two-year prison sentence, suspended for two years.
He also gave her a two-year probation order and made her the subject of a three-year order prohibiting her from contacting the victim.

Sentencing her, he said: 'There's no explanation for what you did. It has been called a moment of madness, but for your unfortunate victim it is going to be a permanent problem.

'You are saved from an immediate prison sentence by the fact you pleaded guilty, that you have family responsibilities, you are of good character and it would be undue punishment on your children.'

Speaking to the victim, Judge McDowall said: 'I can only express sympathy towards you and if there were means to give you compensation from the defendant I would.

'I can only give advice that you may be eligible for compensation from public monies, but I cannot make any orders.'

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

“Be Careful With Mohammed”

The Muslim Action Forum (MAF), which staged a protest outside Downing Street against Charlie Hebdo in February, has launched a "legal strategy" to stop insults against Mohammed.
The organisation is also asking supporters to "lobby your MP" to make "Islamophobia" a criminal offence.
They state that they intend "to launch a series of legal challenges in the English Court system" because "depictions of our Holy Prophet peace be upon Him is the worst kind of 'Hate Crime' that can be perpetrated on the 3 million Muslims in the UK and 1.7 billion Muslims worldwide."
The group says that they have "devised a legal strategy to prevent the continuous insulting and derogatory publications depicting and abusing the personality of our Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him."
In a press release published shortly after the demonstration in February 2015, the MAF set out details of their plan to outlaw depicting Mohammed in the UK, through "amendment of some existing legislation and the presentation of a Private Members Bill that promotes the idea of Global Civility."
They describe "Global Civility" as a "new direction" and argue that the "desecration" of "collective human dignity", through "insult, denigration or humiliation is morally and ethically wrong". Their website rails against "reckless and malicious expressions".
They urge the 100,000 Muslims who they claim signed their petition to lobby their MPs and all candidates standing in the General Election. The MAF makes a number of suggestions including three specific questions which they ask supporters to direct to their MPs.
The MAF suggests that petitioners ask their MPs if they think the "the Public Order Act 1986 should be amended to include under 'hate crime' any malicious depiction of images and use of malevolent language against revered personalities of all religions?"
They also suggest asking if "Islamophobia should be a culpable offence?"
The suggestions include a point inquiring if MPs would support a "Bill of Rights" that promotes "Global Civility", a concept which would prevent insulting religion.
The appeal says that if the MP answers no to any of the points above, their answer "will clarify to the local Muslim community where their political representatives stand on the single most important issue to every Muslim in this country and worldwide."
Stephen Evans, National Secular Society campaigns manager, said: "We trust all prospective MPs will appreciate that there is no homogeneous 'Muslim community' and reject such unreasonable demands to undermine everybody's fundamental rights and freedoms. Free speech is the bedrock of liberty and a free society – and integral to combating the spectre of Islamism. Now more than ever we need to preserve and strengthen freedom of expression, not capitulate to extremist demands."
The Muslim Action Forum (MAF) explain that their campaign against satirical depictions of Mohammed, and what they call "uncivilised expressionists", took its "first historical step by presenting a petition supported by over 100,000 signatures of Muslims promoting the concept of Global Civility and condemning the continuous publication of these insulting cartoons in France and other parts of the world."
The MAF website has a section devoted to the concept of "uncivilised expressionists", and they cite examples including the Satanic Verses, Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and the burning of the Quran. They define uncivilised expressions as a "a psychological disposition of the human mind which insults and maligns others without care or consideration of consequences." They call this "behaviour against Muslims".

Muslim lesbian tortured her eight-year-old daughter to death at behest of vampire-loving girlfriend who created a fantasy world of Facebook

  • Polly Chowdhury, 35, was 'groomed' by 43-year-old lover Kiki Muddar 
  • Pair were cleared of murder but found guilty of manslaughter of child 
  • Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone and had 50 separate injuries 
  • Her mother Chowdhury bit her on the back as part of vampire fantasy
  • Lovers tortured Ayesha as part or terror campaign to rid her of 'evil spirits'
  • Muddar created Muslim spirit and male lover who sent messages to Polly
  • Fictional characters told her to have sex with Muddar and attack Ayesha
  • Child was found dead on the floor of her bedroom by emergency services 
  • Her father today paid tribute to 'amazing, loving and intelligent' Ayesha
A Muslim lesbian was today found guilty of torturing her eight-year-old daughter to death with the help of her vampire-obsessed lover.

Polly Chowdhury, 35, became convinced Ayesha Ali was 'possessed' and that she needed to be 'punished' because of a fantasy world created on Facebook by her twisted girlfriend.

Chowdhury was 'groomed' by 43-year-old Kiki Muddar, who invented 15 fictional characters, including a Muslim spirit called Skyman and a paranormal lover called 'Jimmy', to control her partner. 

She had seduced neighbour Chowdhury and split up her marriage, before sending thousands of messages from alter egos to convince her lover to play out sexual fantasies and torture Ayesha.

Muddar was also obsessed with vampires and Ayesha's mother agreed to bite her daughter's back as part of the depraved attacks that led to her death in Chadwell Heath, Essex, in August 2013.

Today the couple were found guilty of the eight-year-old's manslaughter but cleared of murder at the Old Bailey.

Polly Chowdhury, 35, killed her daughter Ayesha Ali
lesbian lover Kiki Muddar was obsessed with vampires
Killers: Polly Chowdhury (left), 35, killed her daughter Ayesha Ali with her lesbian lover Kiki Muddar (right) in a twisted romance
Victim: Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone and had 50 separate injuries when she died from a blow to the head at her home in Chadwell Heath, Essex
Victim: Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone and had 50 separate injuries when she died from a blow to the head at her home in Chadwell Heath, Essex

The women would give the little girl cold baths, force feed her until she was sick and make her scrub the bathroom floor to rid her of 'evil spirits', the court heard.

Chowdhury became convinced hurting her child would 'stop the gates of hell from opening'. 
A neighbour heard the child's screams as they took turns to creep into her bedroom wearing a terrifying horror mask.

Ayesha weighed just three-and-a-half stone, had 50 separate injuries, when she died from a blow to the head at her home.

When emergency services arrived the next day she was found lying naked, except for a pair of pink knickers, covered in bruises.

She had sustained nearly 50 injuries including the bite mark which was matched to her mother.

Police found the eight-year-old's handwritten notes in her bedroom where she promised to behave to avoid the brutal punishments.

She also made a 'naughty list' of what she did that was 'good' and 'bad'.

Muddar and Chowdhury each claimed it was the other woman who had killed Ayesha.

But an Old Bailey jury found them guilty of manslaughter today but cleared them of murder.

Muddar wept while Chowdhury sobbed into her hands as the verdicts were announced and they face long prison sentences

The jury took 31 hours and 31 minutes to reach the verdicts by a majority of 10-to-two.

Judge Christopher Moss QC remanded the couple in custody ahead of sentence on Friday.

The pair's depraved relationship revolved around a 'sado masochistic' fantasy world, involving fictional boyfriends, angels and spirits.


Ayesha Ali's mother likened sex with her lesbian lover to a scene from the classic Hollywood romance Ghost.
Polly Chowdhury, right, thought that Kiki Muddar was the conduit for her mystery soulmate Jimmy, whom she only knew on Facebook and text.
In the film Ghost dead character Sam, played by Patrick Swayze, possesses the body of a medium so he can touch and dance again with his partner Molly, played by Demi Moore.
But Jimmy was nothing more than a figment of Muddar's dangerous mind, along with a spirit guide called Skyman who egged Chowdhury on, not only to get close to her but to punish her daughter Ayesha.
And it was only after the little girl's death that Chowdhury realised that Muddar had 'groomed' her for sex and none of these characters were real.
Although both women denied it was sexual, the toxic relationship between Muddar and Chowdhury lay at the very heart of the trial.
Muddar's cast of self-serving alter egos helped her become intimate with Chowdhury but in her eyes, Ayesha was getting in the way.
The court was shown 'sexting' between Chowdhury and Muddar under the guise of Jimmy who persuaded her to send a sexually explicit picture.
While she was on remand, Chowdhury told a prison officer that her friend had pains in her body and when she touched her, they would disappear.
She later told psychiatrist Dr Philip Joseph: 'I now realise she groomed me 100%. I never realised it at the time. I was groomed for sex with her.
'Everything changed about her when she had sex with me ... Skyman was doing us a favour because me and Jimmy were not allowed to see each other.
'It was like his soul in her body - like in the film Ghost.'
Chowdhury was communicating by text and Facebook with 15 different people and spirits which had all been created by Muddar.

As part of the investigation, detectives recovered and analyzed 140,000 lines of text from messaging apps and emails, 40,000 messages from a laptop, 1,450 voice recordings which were backed up on Kiki Muddar's phone and 17,000 pages of Facebook messages. 

One of Muddar's characters, a Muslim spirit called Skyman, sent messages saying: 'Your daughter can have the pain' and 'your daughter is evil you never disciplined her today'.

Muddar also sent naked pictures to Chowdhury through 'Jimmy', asking her what sexual positions she enjoyed, and Chowdhury admitted she wanted to marry Jimmy despite never meeting him.

Chowdhury was even convinced she was having sexual contact with Jimmy on occasions when she shared a bed with Muddar.

Prosecutor Richard Whittam QC said both women had been exposed as liars since Ayesha's death, but that 'on occasions, truth is stranger than fiction.'

'It's undoubtedly true that the content (of the messages), however strange, even on the basis that the content was fiction, it's true that they were being sent.

'Whoever was persuading who, they were both party to these communications, they shared the content of them, they received them and reacted to them.

'You may think they shared their express distrust of Ayesha Ali.'

Chowdhury and Muddar had been neighbours when the Ayesha's mother, who wears a Muslim head scarf, was bringing up her family with her ex-husband. 

Afsal Ali described his former spouse as 'the perfect mother' who had a 'good heart' and 'put other people before herself'.

Muddar would cause arguments in the family home and his wife became 'completely unrecognisable.'

Soon no family decisions could be made without Chowdury consulting Muddar, who had become her love.

'It was like she was possessed,' her husband said.

He tried to move her way from the area - but eventually they split up and Chowdhury moved in with her.

Ordeal: Aysha was almost constantly punished and abused - after her death police found this list she wrote before she died of the good things she did and the bad this she did
Ordeal: Aysha was almost constantly punished and abused - after her death police found this list she wrote before she died of the good things she did and the bad this she did
Letter: In her own words Ayesha became convinced that she deserved the brutal punishments she received - but in reality she was being abused by the people meant to be caring for her
Letter: In her own words Ayesha became convinced that she deserved the brutal punishments she received - but in reality she was being abused by the people meant to be caring for her
Brutal: Ayesha was beaten so badly with a shower hose that it broke and Kiki Muddar went out to buy a new one
Brutal: Ayesha was beaten so badly with a shower hose that it broke and Kiki Muddar went out to buy a new one

Chowdhury admitted she had come to hate her daughter and thought that she was 'pure evil' by the time of her death.

The girl's grieving father sobbed in court as he heard the 'livid' Muddar rage about his daughter during the phone call recorded just weeks before the little girl's death.

'I will f***ing drown that witch. Seriously, I'm going to kill her,' said Muddar.

'She's got this evil stare in her like there's pure evil inside her.'

Muddar and Chowdhury had been beating Ayesha for days before she died on the night of August 29, 2013.

Chowdhury said she saw Muddar with her foot on her daughter's throat shortly before she found her apparently drowning in the bath.

She said she dragged her out - and then smothering her with a pillow to 'end her suffering' later that night.

Chowdhury insisted she had no idea Muddar had battered her over the head.

'It took time for it to sink in. It took a very long time for me to get my head round that,' she told the jury.

'I realised I didn't do it and realised the only person responsible, to be able to do it, was Kiki.'

Muddar, who did not give evidence, told police she had left the flat that evening and only returned the next morning to find Ayesha dead and Chowdhury with her wrists cut in the bath.

But the jury found both women responsible for Ayesha's death.

Speaking outside court, Detective Sergeant Andy Nimmo said: 'Ayesha Ali was an innocent and defenceless eight-year-old child caught up in a bizarre set of circumstances and manipulated by two adults who were intent on causing her harm.

'Through social media and text, Muddar created a sophisticated web of lies and deceit which took officers months to unpick. What unravelled was a picture of enormous hatred directed towards Ayesha by both Muddar and Chowdhury.

'Ayesha should have been able to turn to one person who she could trust - her mother - but Chowdhury had allowed herself to become influenced by Muddar and together they inflicted serious emotional and finally physical harm on Ayesha.

'What the motive behind the campaign of abuse was remains unclear. What is painfully clear, however, is that Ayesha had her life taken away in horrible and brutal circumstances.' 

Revealed: Disturbing recording of killer admitting she wanted to 'f***** kill' Ayesha because she was 'possessed' and 'evil'

Ayesha Ali's father Afsar wept in court as jurors were played a shocking phone call in which Kiki Muddar ranted about killing the child.

She described the innocent eight-year-old girl as 'evil' and a 'witch' to her friend Hemma on July 3 2013 - a month before the killing.

The court heard that she recorded all the calls she had made from January 2013 onwards using an app on her telephone and she kept some 41,000 texts.

Listen here and below is an abriged transcript

Muddar: Kill Polly's daughter. I'm not even joking. I'm not joking I'm going to f*****g kill her. Seriously, Hemma, you will never f*****g see me again.
Hemma: What happened?
Muddar: I'm f*****g going to kill her. I swear to God I'm going to f*****g kill her. I'll f*****g strang. I will drown her in the f*****g bath.
Hemma: Why do you say that? I've never heard you (inaudible).
Muddar: I f*****g that c***. I will f****g drown that witch. Seriously I'm going to kill her. I'm going to f*****g kill her Hemma and I'm going to go to prison tonight.
Hemma: (inaudible).
Muddar: Seriously I'll f*****g kill her. I will f*****g kill that bitch.
(Background music).
Hemma: (Inaudible).
Muddar: Seriously I'll f*****g kill her. I will f*****g kill that bitch.
(Background music).
Hemma: (Inaudible).
Muddar: She's just. She's a f*****g whore that's what she is. She's a f*****g waste of space. She wants her mum dead.
Hemma: She's not all there.
Muddar: Yeah, she's been f*****g fasti, she's give me so much lip. She's been screaming in my face 'I hate you'. She don't want me to live here. I'm going to f*****g kill her. I'm actually going to f*****g kill her.
(Background music).
Muddar: I'm actually going to kill her.
Hemma: She's (inaudible).
Muddar: I've text my cousin Jimmy and I've said 'Do you know what, ring the police, get the police to Polly's house, because I'm going to f*****g kill her now.'
Hemma: Is she that bad?
Muddar: She's, I tell you what she's, she's possessed, there's something evil in her.
(Background music). 
Muddar: She, she's like that every f*****g day Hemma. I've never in my life ever, ever wanted anyone dead, never except for her, never.
(Background music).
Muddar: She's basically said 'I'm not doing nothing. I'm not going to clean up. I'm not doing nothing'. She don't want to do nothing. She's happy to see her mum dead.
Hemma: What has drove her so crazy?
Muddar: She has, she has a wee, right, she has a wee and she puts toilet paper on the side of the toilet, can't even put it in the loo.
(Background music).
Hemma: Are you serious?
Muddar: Yeah, she can't even wipe her own f*****g arse. She shits the f*****g bed because she can't be arsed to wipe her own arse.
(Background music).
Hemma: It sounds like she need like to, like to (inaudible).
Muddar: She needs to be f*****g killed.
(Background music). 
Muddar: Everyone else has been trying so hard, do you know that?
(Background music).
Hemma: Yeah.
Muddar: So bloody hard, but she is just evil, she's evil. I've never met, I've never met a child like her in my life ever, like ever ever ever.
(Background music). 
Muddar: Oh, what time are you leaving?
Hemma: Erm, just a few minutes?
Muddar: Ahh! All right, listen I better get back. Er, er I , I probably am going to kill her. 
Hemma: Okay, yeah, let me know what you do.
Muddar: All right I will do.
Hemma: Yeah.
Muddar: All right.
Hemma: See you.
Muddar: All right, bye.

'She was my sunshine, my closest friend': Father's tearful tribute to 'amazing, loving and intelligent' Ayesha 

Anger: Afsar Ali, 35, said his ex-wife fell under the spell of their 'evil' next-door neighbour when she should have been keeping their 'perfect child' from harm
The devastated father of eight-year-old Ayesha Ali will never forgive his former wife.

Afsar Ali, 35, said she she fell under the spell of their 'evil' next-door neighbour when she should have been keeping their 'perfect child' from harm.

He attended every day of the Old Bailey trial of his ex, Polly Chowdhury, and her lesbian lover Kiki Muddar, who were accused of killing the 'intelligent and loving' girl after a shocking campaign of abuse.

Scotland Yard Detective Sergeant Andy Nimmo ead a statement on behalf of a tearful Mr Ali outside the Old Bailey and said: 'Over the last few weeks I sat in the courtroom as the truth unfolded.

'It was not the truth about my princess Ayesha, it was the truth about what they did to my little girl, how they tortured her and took away her life.

'Ayesha was an amazing little girl - loving, caring, intelligent and always smiling. She was helpful and considerate to everyone she met. 

'She was a gift of love. I knew that the very moment she came into my world. Nothing will bring Ayesha back.

'All I have now is happy memories of the past, the joyful moments we have had together. She filled my world with beauty and I'm going to hold on to that for as long as I live. She was my sunshine, my closest friend.' 

Mr Ali, a project manager for an apprenticeship programme for the unemployed, split up with Chowdhury after Muddar moved into the family home against his wishes and slept in his wife's bed.

He only learned details of the women's relationship and their fantasy world of fictional characters through listening to the trial, he said.

A 'manipulative and wicked' lesbian and the Muslim lover she brainwashed into torturing her eight-year-old daughter to death are jailed for a total of 31 years 

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