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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

10 Replies to “An astonishingly frank reveal of the motives of Islamic bag ladies”

  1. These ladies should not be trusted to be around their own children in case they act on their beliefs when they realize they have lost the war.
    not a pretty read — Nazi loser apparently killed her five children https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goebbels_children The Goebbels children were the five daughters and one son born to Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels and his wife Magda Goebbels. The children, born between 1932 and 1940, were murdered by their parents in Berlin on 1 May 1945, the day both parents committed suicide.

    • “They don’t want to leave their kids in the house of infidels. They want the children to enjoy the martyrdom, the sharia,” Nava Nuraniyah, an analyst at the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC) in Indonesia, told Asian Correspondent.

      Nava, who has researched terrorism and radicalisation in Indonesia, details cases in which women would beg their husbands to allow the entire family, children in tow, to travel to Syria to join the fighting.

      The reason for the women’s insistence is a fear that, when separated, there is no “guarantee that their faith will remain consistent.” Martydom and entering into heaven together is the ultimate extreme of this thinking.…

      Coupled with the violent holy war message was that of togetherness and camaraderie. Members became part of a group with a higher purpose; one that cared and looked after each other and held an unbreakable solidarity.

      This sense of belonging is a common trait of most terrorists, social and organisational psychology professor Alex Haslam told Asian Correspondent.

      “Terrorist are often portrayed as lone wolves who are doing this on their own and have become unhinged in some way, like they have a very dark, perverted personality or personal story. Whereas the reality is, it’s always a group process,” said the University of Queensland academic.

      “It’s always about some ‘us’ that’s being mobilised and perceived to be being advanced through this action.”

      …A study on the Italian Red Brigades in the 1970s and 80s found almost 25% of the militants “had at least one relative, usually husband or wife, brother or sister” in the movement.

      More recently, the 2015 San Bernadino shooters were husband and wife; six of the 19 hijackers in 9/11 were brothers; the Boston bombings were perpetrated by the Tsarnaev brothers; the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the Kouachi brothers; and the Paris attacks by the Abdeslam brothers.

      The insular nature of the family unit makes co-radicalisation easy and combatting it incredibly difficult.

      “It’s no longer only about men,” says Nava. “The programmes need to engage with their wives and their children.”

  2. Black Widows: The Chechen Female Suicide Terrorists

    Chechnya’s notorious “Black Widows” have been active since June 7, 2000 when the first Chechen female suicide bombers…drove a truck filled with explosives into the temporary headquarters of an elite OMON (Russian Special Forces) detachment in the village of Alkhan Yurt in Chechnya. The attack resulted in two dead and five wounded.

    Since then Chechen female terrorists have been involved in 22 of the 27 suicide attacks (81% of the total number) attributed to Chechen rebels.…

    Chechen women bombers were named Black Widows by the Russian and international press when it became clear that many were acting in revenge for the deaths of their husbands, sons, and brothers. Since the Dubrovka Theater takeover in October 2002, in which 19 female bombers appeared in black mourning clothes with bombs strapped to their bodies, we have engaged in a particular multi-dimensional means of studying these terrorists.

    The first avenue involved interviewing surviving hostages who had the opportunity to observe and converse with the bomb-girded women, which provides a singular perspective on suicide terrorists.

    The second measure involved interviewing the women’s family members and close associates in Chechnya after the death or arrest of the bombers, to construct a type of psychological post-mortem of the bomber.

    The third measure was studying news reports and talking to Russian security officials involved in the investigations of such cases.…


  3. These foreign women were the worst of the worst, according to interviews with Yazidi survivors.
    From 2015:
    Interview with activist describes role of al-Khans’aa Brigade

    A recent interview with an activist inside the Islamic State’s stronghold of Raqqa, Syria sheds new light on the all-female al-Khans’aa Brigade, including the initial reason for its formation and its various roles.…

    The members of the Brigade are mostly foreign women who assume the role of finding wives for the fighters through their networks in Europe. Raqawi claims that approximately 75% of the members are foreigners, mostly British, and the rest “are women of ill repute from A-Raqqa.”


    • REPARATIONS to the victims of jihadi tourists!

      The Kurds are burdened with the costs of keeping these war criminals and their offspring. It’s a terrible additional strain: they’re still fighting for their lives. The Turk is baying for their blood, jihadi rats continue sporadic guerrilla attacks.

      That’s why PTrump – when he saw it personally in Iraq – urged countries of origin to take responsibility. We don’t want them, but what’s to be done?

      Indigenous communities are in ruins.
      The propaganda media chooses to ignore the mass graves and orphans, the disabled and disfigured ghosts left in the wake of their pets.

      ISIS Crimes

      After ISIS

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