Wednesday, 18 May 2016
‘Black widow’ Russian ISIS spy had four husbands who ‘died mysteriously’
Elvira Karaeva’s Islamist husbands all died in mysterious circumstances during her four years inside the twisted terror cell.
The spy breached the group’s unit in Russia's Caucasus region, leaking information and helping assassinate jihadis.
The crazed terrorists said last week they had executed the spy who allegedly exposed the identities, safe houses and military bases of the death-crazed fighters.
Her first hubby Aslanbek Saraliyev – who she married at the age of 19 – died during a walk in the woods with her.
The 28-year-old's second husband and leading radical, Adam Shakhbiev, was assassinated in a taxi along with his brothers.
Karaeva’s third husband Arthur Amirev also disappeared in mysterious circumstances while her fourth, Abu Muslim, died from being poisoned.
The murderous cult - also known as Daesh - reported her death on its Russian-language blog "Istok" where it accused her of being a spy.
The report says: "Elvira the apostate gave information to the Russian special services about our brothers and sisters waging jihad… in the Caucasus Province.
"She shamelessly wormed her way into confidence… and then disclosed their location and contacts, thus making them easy prey for the henchmen of rebels.
ISIS fighters claim the secret agent was caught after the blood-thirsty cult obtained audio of her admitting she works for Russia.
The blog claims she was responsible for the deaths of: “Adam Shakhbiev, Amriev Artur, Gochiaev Biaslan, Totorkulov Temurlan, Dlugoborskiy Valentin, Abu Muslim and Urusova Marina."
Her execution is yet to be confirmed by Moscow.