The details related to the parents of the terrorist, Alexanda Kotey, have not been revealed yet. Get to know more about him here in the article written below.
Alexanda Amon Kotey is a former Uk citizen apprehended by the Syrian Democratic Forces while escaping the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a terrorist group most known for its operations in war-torn Iraq and Syria.
The US has labeled him a terrorist. He has been recognized in the media as one of the four “Jihadi Beatles” who participated in ISIL atrocities during the Syrian Civil War. Kotey has rejected being a member of “The Beatles,” but he has acknowledged joining ISIL and traveling to Syria.
Alexanda Parents & Ethnic Background
Alexanda was born in the United Kingdom, the daughter of a Ghanaian father and a Greek Cypriot mother.
His parent’s names are not searchable on the internet. He was born to parents who were multiracial and multiethnic. We cannot say whether he has any siblings or not.
We will update you with more data bout his family real soon.
Alexanda Kotey Trial
Alexanda Kotey is accused of being a member of the “Beatles” IS cell, responsible for kidnappings in Iraq and Syria.
The beheadings of several Western and Japanese hostages were purportedly carried out by the IS cell. Kotey pleaded guilty to all eight charges and now faces the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison.
On Thursday, he appeared in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, for a change of plea hearing. He pled guilty to charges of hostage kidnapping resulting in death and conspiracy to murder US people.
Kotey and his colleague El Shafee Elsheikh are accused of murdering US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and humanitarian workers Peter Kassig and Kayla Mueller.
Both men are accused of shooting additional captives, particularly Alan Henning, a British cab driver who was carrying supplies, David Haines, a Scottish aid worker, and two Japanese nationals.
Alexanda Kotey Wikipedia
The Wikipedia page of the terrorist, Alexanda has been discovered.
Daesh imprisoned scores of European and North American detainees in 2014 and 2015, and the brutality of their confinement was extensively reported. Four Daesh fighters who spoke English played a key part in the carnage.
Because their names were unknown or because security officials refused to reveal them to the public, the four were called the Jihadi Beatles by the press, with Jihadi John being the most well-known.
In 2015, 2016, and 2017, Daesh-controlled territories in Syria and Iraq deteriorated steadily, with their remaining pockets succumbing in late 2017 and early 2018.
On January 24, 2018, Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, a London buddy who was also said to be one of the Jihadi Beatles, were apprehended while attempting to depart the region.