Muslim Nanny Terrorizes Streets With Something Heartbreaking In Her Hands

Moscow was shocked and heartbroken when a burka-clad babysitter walked through the streets shouting "Allahu Akbar." What makes it even more devastating was what she was holding in her hands.

Hours before the Muslim woman terrified eyewitnesses, emergency services were called to a nearby apartment fire. Firefighters rescued four people from the blaze, and they made a horrible discovery. They found the headless body of a child. The police were able to find out exactly what happened when they were called to the metro station where the Muslim woman was threatening civilians. She shouted that she "will blow up everyone" and "Allahu Akbar."

Then, she pulled something out of her bag, which was the severed head of the child. The Muslim woman was later identified as 38-year-old Gyulchehra Bobokulova, a nanny from Uzbekistan. The decapitated girl is said to be three or four years old and identified only as Nastya M. Shortly before officers came in to make the arrest, the woman said “The end of the world is coming in a second…I’m your death … I hate democracy. I’m a terrorist."

The woman told police she killed the girl due to her husband's infidelity, but there isn't a connection between the innocent girl and her husband. In addition, she told investigators that she did not want to hide from police.

The Daily Mail reported, “Police are not currently treating the incident as terrorism.” Police also ordered psychiatric tests for the woman immediately.

The child she murdered is reported to have had learning difficulties. It is also said that the girl was unable to walk. When the mother heard of her child's death, she fell unconscious and was rushed to the hospital. The parents said the Muslim nanny worked for them for 18 months before she went beserk.

Photo: The Sun

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