Horrific video of Scandinavian tourist being beheaded by Muslim terrorists in Morocco sent to victim’s mother
Gruesome footage and hundreds of horrific images of the two Scandinavian backpackers, Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, who were stabbed and beheaded by Muslim terrorists while camping in Morocco, have reportedly been sent to one of the victims’ mothers.
In the video, the Muslim terrorists are heard linking the murder to Western bombings in Syria, saying: “This is for Syria, here are the heads of your Gods.”
While it is not clear exactly who sent them the footage, there is a strong suspicion it would have been from ISIS sympathizers.
It is unclear if the photos were taken by the Muslim terrorists or investigators, but they were sent to one of the victims’ mothers shortly after the video of the decapitation emerged online.
Websites such as Twitter and YouTube have been working as quickly as possible to remove the videos as soon as they appear.
Maren Ueland and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen were found murdered near the village of Imlil in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains on Monday.
ISIS has not claimed responsibility for the terror attack, but four Muslim terrorists who had pledged allegiance to the terror group last week are now arrested for the murder of Jespersen and Ueland.
Meanwhile, Moroccan authorities say nine more Muslim terrorists have been arrested the last two days. With four other ISIS terrorists arrested earlier, that brings the total number of terrorists involved in the murders to 13.
Moroccan investigators say those arrested were carrying arms and ‘suspicious materials’ used in making explosives.
Earlier today, the bodies of the two young Scandinavian hikers were flown to Copenhagen.
The remains of the two friends were put on the same plane that left Casablanca for the Danish capital, a police spokesman said.