A Moroccan woman living in Britain falsely accused her Iraqi-British husband of being an active ISIS member after he decided to move to Morocco.
Rabat – A Moroccan woman told British police that her British husband recruits young men to fight for ISIS in Iraq and Syria, reported Moroccan newspaper Al Massae on Wednesday.
Due to the serious accusation, the man spent 13 months in jail before police discovered upon extensive investigations that the man was innocent, the man told Al Massae.
It all started when the family moved to Morocco from the UK, which the woman did not like. She sought a divorce, prohibited her husband from seeing their children, and left Morocco to file her complaint in Britain.
Another case of a Moroccan wife’s false accusations of her foriegn husband was recently publicized in Australia.
A Moroccan woman called Asmae punched herself in the face allegedly to frame her Australian husband, Faisal Khan, for domestic violence after she had secured a visa through their marriage.
Police arrested the husband on charges of assault, but CCTV footage cleared his name.
The footage shows Asmae leaving their apartment, entering an elevator, and punching herself twice on the left side of her face, leaving visible bruises under her eye and on her cheek.