‘IT’S ALLAH’S WILL’: ‘ISIS TERRORISTS’ BRANDED TWO SCANDINAVIAN WOMEN THE ‘ENEMIES OF GOD’ AS THEY FILMED THEMSELVES DECAPITATING ONE OF THE TOURISTS IN MOROCCO – AS KNIVES THEY WIELDED ARE REVEALED

  • Dane Louisa Jespersen, 24, and Norwegian Maren Ueland, 28, were backpacking
  • They were found dead near the village of Imlil in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains
  • ‘ISIS fanatics’ call the women ‘enemies of God’ in a clip of one of the murders
  • Killings can be connected to ISIS, the Danish intelligence said this morning
  • Three men have been arrested on a bus in Marrakesh over the gruesome killing

Daily Mail, December 20, 2018

Suspected ISIS terrorists branded two Scandinavian women the ‘enemies of God’ as they filmed themselves decapitating one of the tourists in Morocco.

Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, were found dead near the village of Imlil in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains on Monday.

A video showing the murder of one of the women has been recognised as genuine, Danish intelligence service said today adding that the killings can be connected to ISIS.

Men in the gruesome clip can be heard shouting ‘it’s Allah’s will’ while there are claims that the words ‘this is for Syria’ were used, in an apparent reference to Western bombing missions in the war-torn country.

ISIS terrorists are suspected of killing two Scandinavian women – Maren Ueland and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen – in Morocco. It comes as police announced three suspects had been arrested on a bus in Marrakesh (pictured)

A picture has emerged showing a series of large knives the suspected killers wielded

Alaraby: Moroccan authorities have arrested three fugitive suspects with links to Islamic extremist groups in the grisly murder of two Scandinavian hikers following an intensive manhunt. Moroccan state news agecny MAP announced the development on Thursday that security forces arrested two of the suspects in the city of Marrakesh. “An investigation is ongoing on the suspicions that there was a terrorist motive for this crime that has been supported by uncovered evidence,” the report said.