Well integrated London Muslima admits posting 45,000 Tweets supporting ISIS in less than a year

A woman posted tens of thousands of Tweets supporting ISIS which included pictures of dead bodies and encouraging children to arm themselves with weapons.

Alaa Abdullah Esayed, from south London, uploaded 45,600 tweets in less than a year.

Some of the messages she posted between June 1 2013 and May 14 2014, included pictures of the corpses of fighters killed in Syria which she uploaded to her Instagram account.

Her tweets also included a poem ‘Mother of the Martyr’ which advises parents how to raise a child to be violent with weapons and learn jihad.

Esayed pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to encouraging terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2006 and disseminating terrorist publications.

She could face up to 14 years in prison for the offences.

The 22-year-old posted around 127 messages a day to her 8,534 followers.

  • Reader

    Perhaps she only supported ISIS because she was upset by the new rules set out by the Iraqi government as outlined below?

    • Well yes, now I understand;)

    • Surele Surele

      by enter, do they mean enter, or enter enter?

      • Minicapt



      • Ha! BTW, notice that women are described as “relatives”. In Saudi the normal euphemism I think is “family”.

        Men are people. Women are related to people.

  • jayme

    That’s a avg of what around 500 tweets a day she must be on welfare.

  • Censored_often

    Typical muzzie filth… Deport her.

    • tom_billesley

      … and her 8,534 followers.

  • I’ll take the presumably unpopular stand and say that no one should be charged for tweets. I mean, unless there is a specific, immanent and foreseeable threat of criminal harm resulting from the tweet – say, Spike Lee giving out a (false, as it turned out) address for George Zimmerman at the height of the Trayvon hysteria – it’s just speech. And even then I think that sort of thing is usually better off in civil court.

    It’s easy enough to find ISIS fans on twitter. I’ve sought them out several times. I’m even on an “ISIS blocklist”, although that list of addresses has since been taken down by something called “Pastebin”.

    This filthy bitch is not few and the evil of her is not passing, but sharmutas gonna sharmut. The destruction of free speech in Britain worries me a hell of a lot more than any pain I’d like to see inflicted on this inbred.