A British court has accused former “Miss Teen” militant ISIS of marrying and financing them.
According to a foreign news agency in the local court of the city of Liverpool in the UK, the former ‘Miss Teen’ Amaani Noor accused of marrying militants of the extremist organization, ISIS and providing financial support to the organization.
When she was arrested last year she had flights booked to Turkey so she could head to Syria to join Hakim.
She expressed support for Sharia law and said she didn’t have a problem ‘with people being killed justly’ if they refused to do certain things ‘according to Islam’, it is alleged.
Noor said she believed her husband was fighting ‘to fight against oppression and for Islam’.
The former Miss Teen GB semi-finalist, said she believed the money would go to buy food for women and children in Syria.
Noor, who broke down in tears at points during her evidence, said she did not use her real name because it may not have been accepted as a good deed by God.
She denies one count of fundraising contrary to the Terrorism Act 2000.
The trial continues.