Devout Muslim murdered his wife in front of their children and gouged out her eye before dumping her at a Melbourne tennis club because ‘she didn’t want him to go to Syria to fight for Islamic State
- A Melbourne Islamic State sympathiser has pleaded guilty to murdering his wife
- The 36-year-old man slaughtered his wife in front of their three children in 2016
- Her body was found wrapped in plastic, a quilt and electrical tape in a car park
- She had been mutilated – her right eye gouged out and two fingers amputated
- A relative said in court that the victim objected to her husband’s ISIS sympathies
- The conflict was caused by the accused’s alleged desire to fight for ISIS in Syria
… police said they believed the wife’s objection to her husband’s jihadist interests may have led to her slaughter in front of their three children.
The children, aged two, four and six at the time, witnessed their mother’s murder, police allege. …
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The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to murdering his wife in June 2016 during a brief appearance at the Victorian Supreme Court on Wednesday.
The young mother-of-three was found in bushes at the car park of a Dallas tennis club on June 17, 2016.
An Islamic State (pictured are ISIS fighters in Raqqa, Syria) sympathiser has admitted murdering his wife, whose mutilated body was found dumped in Melbourne
Her body was wrapped in plastic, a quilt and electrical tape, with injuries including a gouged-out right eye and two amputated fingers.
Her body remained unidentified for three weeks as police appealed to the public for information.
Her husband was later charged with murder after police went to the family home to conduct a welfare check.
In March he pleaded not guilty to her murder following a pre-trial committal hearing in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court.
At that hearing, police said they believed the wife’s objection to her husband’s jihadist interests may have led to her slaughter in front of their three children.
The children, aged two, four and six at the time, witnessed their mother’s murder, police allege.
A male relative of the accused gave evidence during the committal hearing that the victim objected to her husband’s ISIS sympathies.
The relative said the accused had told him on more than one occasion of his desire to fight for ISIS in Syria, and that this had caused conflict with his wife.
The 36-year-old man, who has been in custody since he was arrested, is scheduled to face a plea hearing on November 24.