Christian convert mom of three, Ruby Love, was murdered and dumped in a canal on Christmas day by her Muslim boyfriend. It sickens the soul, the spike in Christian killing by Muslims on and around Christmas day.
As a tribute, her mother has painted a white cross on Miss Love’s front door under the words: "Ruby’s Angel House." The family had converted to Christianity and changed their surname from Malik. More here.
The Telegraph reports:
Manzar Juma, 27, the father of two of her children, was charged by police with her murder. He is understood to be Muslim and unemployed. He is due to appear in court on Friday.
Miss Love was born Rabina Malik into a Sikh family but her mother changed the family’s names by deed poll in 2003. They attend a nearby Catholic church, she said.
She had three children, a girl, nine, and two boys, Adam, two, and Amir, four weeks, and worked in her family’s property business. She had hoped to train as a midwife before having children.
Her mother Precious, 45, said: "Both my daughters are very devout Christians. She was a daughter of God. She had a cross tattood on her foot.
A picture has been released of Ruby Love, the young mother whose body was discovered in a canal on Christmas Day, as her boyfriend was charged with her murder.
Ruby Love, pictured with her one-month-old son Amir, was found dead on Christmas day
Mother-of-three Ms Love, 23, from Harrow, north London, was found dead in the Grand Union Canal in Southall, west London, on Sunday morning by a dog walker.
Her boyfriend and father of two of her children, Manzar Juma, 27, will appear at Brent Magistrates' Court today after being charged on Thursday night with murder.
Ms Love, who had a one-month-old baby, was last seen leaving for a night out at 6pm on Christmas Eve, and had been expected to return home before Christmas morning to open presents with her children and her mother and sister, with whom she lived.
Her mother Precious, 45, paid tribute to her daughter, who she called 'my angel', as she explained the events before Ruby's body was found.
'We were having our Christmas dinner and opening our presents as we were waiting for her. I waited and waited and I texted her through the night.
'I waited until it had got to 24 hours after [she left] and then I gave it one more hour, and then there was a knock on the door. It was the police.
'It's such a loss - I don't know how we are going to cope.'
A Scotland Yard spokesman said officers ‘are aware of previous incidents which will form part of our investigation’
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