Muhammad Dakhlalla otherwise known as Mo is the begin of an eight-year jail sentence for attempting to join and help the Islamic State (ISIS), which he says was on the grounds that he was profoundly infatuated with a young lady. In his senior year at Mississippi State (USA), he met and succumbed to Jaelyn Youthful, a sophomore considering science and who was additionally keen on Islam, the religion in which Mo grew up as his dad, Oda, is an imam and his mom, Lisa, Another Jersey-conceived lady who changed over to Islam.
His folks helped in the Islamic Focus of Mississippi in Starkville, reports CNN. It was not long after they turned into a couple, Jaelyn changed over to Islam and it was a total astound to Mo. At that point came another shock, he said. Jaelyn was evolving quick, he said, getting to be distinctly stricter and more preservationist in all parts of her life.
Be that as it may, he said, he was deeply in love and his knowledge and thinking were blinded. His words shed light on exactly how capable ISIS’ online purposeful publicity can be for American adolescents.
Seeking after her transformation and the new religion, Jaelyn went to the Web and there, she discovered ISIS. Jaelyn simply indicated Mo the recordings — the clasps did the rest.
“It started out with when … she first became Muslim, you know, she wanted to learn more. … I’m not sure how she came across some of the videos that she did at first, but I remember, like, some of them. Like, one of the first ones I remember seeing, a video that how ISIS came to be. And it was basically mentioning … historical struggles in the Middle East. And then somehow it ties that back into, you know, everything is, like, the Western society’s fault. You would see a lot of non-Muslims using vulgar language and a whole lot of slander on top of that.”
The youth significantly said he did what his accomplice did. They started conveying through online with individuals they believed were in ISIS, in Syria. As indicated by the FBI, Jaelyn connected with a contact she thought would help her and Mo go to Turkey, cross the fringe into Syria and join ISIS.
The two furtively wedded, started an escalated planning period and got one-way plane tickets to Istanbul.
On August 8, 2015, Mo and Jaelyn gathered their packs and went to the airport close Columbus, Mississippi. They got similarly as the boarding door, and after that they were captured.
This past Spring they both conceded, and they were sentenced in August. Mo was given a lighter sentence, refering to his participation with powers. Jaelyn, considered by powers to be the brains, was sentenced to 12 years.
Mo now laments that amid this season of perplexity, particularly about religion, he neglected to connect with his father, an imam who might have never shown his child to kill or hurt anybody. When asked some information about homegrown terrorists, or those in ISIS who have violently killed innocents over Europe and in Syria, Mo said he could never wish to be a part of anything like that.