Member of Daesh’s group “The Beatles” sentenced to life imprisonment from the USA

In the case in the US state of Virginia, El Shafee Elsheikh, a member of the terrorist organization DEASH, nicknamed “The Beatles” because of her British accent, was given a life sentence.

El Shafee Elsheikh, a member of the terrorist organization DEASH , Nicknamed “The Beatles” Because Of Her English Accent, Appeared In Court. El Shafee Elsheikh, 33, known as Jihadi George, who is known to be linked to the abduction, torture and beheading of many people, including journalists and aid workers, in the case of Alexandria, Virginia, USA, USA. He was sentenced to life imprisonment by District Court Judge TS Ellis. Elsheikh was charged with conspiracy to kill US journalists James Foley, Steven Sotloff, US aid workers Kayla Mueller and Peter Kassig.

He was found guilty

Elsheikh was convicted of acts such as hostage-taking and conspiracy to commit murder, in court in April. Elsheikh is known as the highest-profile ISIS member on trial in the US. The hostages nicknamed the 4 DAESH members the “Beatles” because of their British accents.


2 of the 4 members of the group, Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey, were held in Iraq by the US military before being sent to the US to stand trial. Kotey was sentenced to life imprisonment in court in early 2022 after Kotey admitted to the murders of Foley, Sotloff, Mueller and Kassig last September. had been sentenced. British citizen Mohammed Emwazi, who oversaw the executions, was killed in a drone attack in 2015, while the fourth member of the group, Aine Lesley Davis, was convicted and jailed in Turkey on terrorism charges.

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