A JIHADI bride wrote disturbing letters in an Aussie prison fantasising about “beautiful beheadings” before her release in December.
Alo-Bridget Namoa and her husband Sameh Bayda, both 22, were both set free after convincing a judge they had converted to Christianity.
They had been jailed in New South Wales, Australia, for planning a New Year’s Eve terror attack in Sydney in 2015.
Namoa, who called herself and her partner the “jihadi Bonnie and Clyde”, was sentenced to three years and nine months in 2018.
But she was released in December after her non-parole period expired last year after claiming to have renounced her Islamic faith.
This is despite police uncovering a trove of depraved letters she had written while serving time at Silverwater women’s jail.
In the sick messages, many of them written to Aussie gang boss Bassam Hamzy, Namoa talked about killing non-Muslims and watching “beautiful beheadings”, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Do you think we could turn a kafir’s brain into macaroni
Jihadi bride Alo-Bridget Namoa
In letters sent to the NSW Corrective Services Commissioner she said she missed watching “kaffirs”, a derogatory term for non-believers, having their “necks sliced.”
She wrote: “Do you think we could turn a kafir’s brain into macaroni?
“I used to like people, smile in your faces but in my head I’m smiling cause I want all your necks haha.
“The blood of a Muslim is cheap, our men love death more than life. One day we will dominate, may we be the generation to raise the black flag.”
She also hit out at then-Aussie PM Malcolm Turnbull calling him a “dirty kafir” who “needs to be put down.”
During their trial, it emerged the brainwashed couple had extremist content on their phones including videos of beheadings and militants carrying ISIS flags.
Namoa called her and her husband the “jihadi Bonnie and Clyde” while prosecutors said Bayda planned to carry out a terror assault on New Year’s eve.
Following her release, Namoa has been ordered to follow a curfew and report to a local police station every week, reports The Telegraph.
She also reportedly has limited phone and internet access.
Bayda was also released last month and now claims to be a Christian.
A judge found that the twisted couple were “demonstrably immature for their age” when they allegedly planned the terror attack at age 18.
He accepted that they had renounced their extremist views and were remorseful.
Justice Fagan also accepted that Bayda had been inspired by jihadi propaganda to commit a violent street robbery with two others on a pair of non-Muslims on New Year’s eve – but backed out.
He agreed that the “former” extremist had exaggerated to his wife claims that he was going to carry out a suicide mission.