The girl of a Scottish guide laborer who was decapitated by the Islamic State bunch in Syria has pledged to return there to recoup her dad’s remaining parts.
Bethany Haines is persuaded she has worked out the area of her dad’s grave close to the Turkish fringe.
David Haines, 44, who lived in Perth, was kidnapped by IS in 2013 while working in a Syrian guide camp.
His execution was recorded and discharged in 2014 as a major aspect of IS purposeful publicity film.
He was killed, with individual guide laborer Alan Henning, by the purported “Beatles” cell of four British aggressors.
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Prior this year, the 22-year-old mother-of-one made the voyage out to Syria to remember her dad’s last developments.
She met help laborers at the camp where her dad worked. She addressed “Isis ladies” and saw the spot in Raqqa where her dad’s killer Mohammed Emwazi – named Jihadi John – was executed in an automaton strike in 2015.
Mr Haines was working for a French guide office when he was caught by Islamic State aggressors
She addressed officials from the YPG – the People’s Protection Unit, the home-developed resistance power of the Kurdish territory of Syria.
Be that as it may, it was undependable to make a trip to the spot where she trusts her dad’s remaining parts are covered.
Be that as it may, she has promised to return until his remaining parts are found. She says she won’t rest until she discovers where he is.
Ms Haines told the BBC: “Since the word go, I was never told anything significant or exact.
“It made the circumstance considerably more troublesome, my father being taken and battling for data.
“I viewed the recordings and I saw Google maps and I was almost certain I had discovered the area from highlights in the scene I saw on the video and situated on the guide.