‘Shaken’ ex-girlfriend of Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman reveals how he urged her to BEHEAD her ‘non-believer’ parents and told her he ‘preferred knife attack to bombs’
- Amman made clear his rampant radicalism to his ex-girlfriend, who spoke out
- She said he would fantasise about slaughtering non-believers with knives
- Amman – wearing a hoax explosive vest – was shot dead by undercover officers
Sudesh Amman’s ex-girlfriend wiped the sickening jihadist from her mind after he urged her to behead her own parents, the ‘shaken’ woman revealed today.
Long before the 20-year-old terrorist’s stabbing spree through Streatham, south London, yesterday, he made clear his rampant radicalism to his one-time partner.
She said he would fantasise about slaughtering non-believers with knives and had carefully plotted how to execute such a bloody attack.
But she ended her hellish one-year relationship which cut ’emotional and psychological’ scars after he told her to kill her family.
The horrified ex-girlfriend responded by ‘erasing’ him from her memory – yet she has been forced to relive her ‘nightmare’ following Amman’s blade rampage.
The woman, who has asked not to be named, told MailOnline: ‘What Sudesh did was horrible and disgusting. I don’t want anything to do with him or what he has done.
Sudesh Amman’s ex-girlfriend wiped the sickening jihadist from her mind after he urged her to behead her own parents, the ‘shaken’ woman revealed today
Long before the 20-year-old terrorist’s stabbing spree through Streatham, south London , yesterday, he made clear his rampant radicalism to his one-time partner (police mugshot)
Sudesh Amman is pictured as a teenager in this image. He was shot dead by police in Streatham yesterday
‘I have tried to move on with my life after what he did the first time. This has affected me really badly.
‘But now after I heard what he did I am angry. I just want to live a normal life. I never really knew him.
‘You never really know someone. Now I just want to be able to walk down the street in peace.’
Amman – wearing a hoax explosive vest – was shot dead by undercover officers on Streatham High Road just after 2pm yesterday after snatching a blade from a shop and slashing a man in his 40s and a woman in her 50s.
The ex-girlfriend relived a conversation with Amman, in which he schemed the best way to kill civilians without drawing the attention of the security forces.
According to the Sun, she said he told her: ‘If you can’t make a bomb because family, friends or spies are watching or suspecting you, take a knife, molotov, sound bombs or a car at night and attack the tourists (crusaders), police and soldiers of taghut, or western embassies in every country you are in this planet.’
Amman was under surveillance, having only been freed from jail recently after his conviction for possessing extremist material.
Amman is pictured as a boy, shirtless and pulling a face while playing on the pavement (left), and eating food (right)
Forensics on Streatham High Road, where terrorist Sudesh Amman stabbed shoppers on Sunday before being shot by police
His ex-girlfriend’s auntie threw her weight behind the national outcry for a clampdown on early releases for terrorist offences.
She said: ‘I blame the authorities. Why did they release him? I can’t believe they did that. He hadn’t been de-radicalised. They are at fault.’
The aunt continued: ‘The comments he made some about her beheading her parents are absolutely disgusting, just shocking.
Amman’s mother Haleema Khan, 41, of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, learned about both yesterday’s attack in Streatham and her son’s death from TV news, having spoken to him on the phone earlier in the day when he asked for the meal.
She described her son as a ‘lovely boy’ as she fought back tears today while telling MailOnline how she felt he was radicalised at HMP Belmarsh in Thamesmead, South East London.
Mrs Khan also issued this picture of her son Amman posing with a BlackBerry mobile phone
Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman is pictured as a young boy while holding a vacuum cleaner in his living room
The top-security jail has been home to a number of high-profile extremist prisoners, including Lee Rigby killers Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale.
Mrs Khan said Amman had also developed extreme views after looking at Islamist material online.
She is now trying to get her son’s body from police as soon as possible to bury him.
Amman lived with Mrs Khan and his five younger brothers in Harrow, North West London, before he was jailed for terror offences at the Old Bailey in December 2018.
A family source said Mrs Khan was ‘disgusted’ by the attack, although neighbours said she had been convinced of her son’s innocence even after he was convicted.
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