A trainee maths teacher and mother-of-three from Walsall who was jailed for two and a half years following her conviction for failing to tell the authorities her husband was about to join Islamic State. Moore, who grew up in Northern Ireland and was a Muslim convert from Protestantism, claimed she had been the victim of psychological abuse from her husband, Sajid Aslam but that was rejected by the jury at the Old Bailey. The authorities believe Aslam is in Syria or Iraq. At the time of Aslam’s departure in August 2014, Moore had taken the rest of the family on a Butlin’s holiday in Skegness.
A British Muslim who wanted bring up her children under Islamic State in Syria has been jailed for two and a half years. Lorna Moore, 34, was planning to take her three young children, one of them 11 months old, to the war zone.
Moore, a Muslim convert from Walsall, West Midlands, failed to tell authorities her husband, Sajid Aslam, 34, was about to leave for Syria. Sentencing at the Old Bailey, the judge, Charles Wide, described Moore as a very strong character, and said she “knew perfectly well of [her] husband’s dedication to terrorism”.
SHE IS RELEASED FROM PRISON AND NOW WALKING FREE IN THE AREA OF MIDLANDS.