Wives and daughters of dead Australian Isis terrorists Suhan Rahman and Mahmoud Abdullatif have reportedly posted a series of social media pictures posing with AK-47s including a silver-plaited assault rifle standing beside a BMW M5.
Melbourne man Suhan Rahman aka Abu Jihad al-Australi was recently killed in the Kobani conflict, according to social media reports.
Twitter images of Rahman, lying on the ground soaked in blood with a firearm on his chest, is believed to have been posted from his wife's Twitter account.
"May Allah accept my husband, Abu Jihad al Australi," she wrote. "Promised Allah and fought in the front lines until he obtained shahadah."
The Melbourne man Suhan Rahman aka Abu Jihad Al-Australi is believed to have arrived in Syria around December last year along with his family. The 23-year-old gained major attention online after pictures of him holding a silver-plaited AK-47 went viral. He was seen posing with fellow Melbourne jihadi Mahmoud Abdullatif went viral.
Rahman's 21-year-old wife, who tweets under the name of Umm Jihad @ZumarulJannah, also posted a picture of her husband holding up a head with a caption that read: "stinky dog".
Mahmoud Abdullatif's wife on the other hand posted several messages, asking fellow Muslims to kill 'unbelievers' in the US, the UK and France.
"Poison your teachers. Go to haram restaurants and poison the food in large quantities," Zehra Abdullatif wrote, according to Daily Telegraph.
"Our husbands die in frontlines but that doesn't stop women in the west from sending their husbands to kill kuffar. Attack: UK AUS & US," she wrote on Twitter.
Australian Jihadi Wives
Posing with the silver-plaited gun, the jihadi wives and daughters of Australian Isis terrorists Suhan Rahman and Mahmoud Abdullatif seem to be sending a message to the West that they would continue on the path of their husbands.
The exact identities of the women seen in the pictures posing with guns standing besides a BMW M5 is still quite unclear, but it is assumed that the woman holding the silver plaited Ak 47 is either Rahman's wife or daughter.
Rahman's wife - Umm Jihad, it is found used to hold both an Australian and a British passport. After arriving in Syria last year she had posted a image of her passports remarking "Bonfire soon, no need for these anymore. alhamdulillah."
In the picture, she was accompanied by a Canadian passport holder and one with an American passport.