SOMALI ISIS BRIDES

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Why is everything about Somali women?

Considering the fact that a lot of young Somali men have joined the likes of ISIS and Al Shabab?

Its definitely a sickness of men of sspot to just focus on the women tbh.

I'll happily acknowledge that some Somali women have left to joint ISIS and their reasoning is no different to the men that have left. They have been radicalised, the same way the men have been and believe in the same twisted ideology.

There is no honesty or sincerity in these discussions as only the women are mentioned so that some of the female hating posters can talk about female self hatred, being wh*res ect. These threads are nothing but a chance to flex and dabble in pure hatred. Even in the month of Ramadan we have generalisations and insults towards groups of people.

@Aladdin you're boring, look around you. We have countless of threads, expressing their so called 'care' of Somali women.
What’s in the water here, seriously :vqbuyv0:

Khasaara.

If they want to be gendered, they can worry about themselves. It’s not as if there aren’t plenty of problems there.
 
Correct me if I'm wrong but wasnt it their brother who persuaded them to become jihadi brides?
@Cigaal

Yep, he denies it now, but he persuaded them to join him in Syria and guess what? He escaped ISIS, left his sisters to rot there and he is now living in Denmark.

Manchester terror suspect 'living freely in Denmark'


A terror suspect from Manchester who is banned from returning to Britain is living freely in Denmark, Newsbeat can reveal.

Ahmed Halane, 22, a Danish citizen who grew up in Bolton and Chorlton, is suspected of fighting with militant groups abroad.

He is the elder brother of Zahra and Salma Halane, who ran away to Syria to become jihadi brides in June last year.

Sources say Ahmed Halane joined jihadists in Syria and Somalia.

He is now living in the Danish city of Aarhus and appears to be free to travel around the EU, even though the UK authorities have deemed him a security risk.

He is subject to an exclusion order which prohibits him from re-entering Britain.

"Exclusion orders are not a step that's taken lightly by the authorities," says Stephen Grosz QC and chair of the Law Society's human rights committee.

From a religious family of Somali origin, Ahmed Halane was a pupil at Burnage Academy for Boys who had memorised the Koran by the age of 13.

Sources have told Newsbeat that he was radicalised after listening to extremist preachers online, including Anwar Al-Awlaki, a US-born radical Islamist cleric and al-Qaeda leader who was killed in Yemen.

A person who knew Ahmed Halane describes him as "two-faced", someone who only showed his "extremist views" to young people.

He was an "inciter" who was "brainwashed by listening to deviant men", says the source.

"He opposes and goes against everything my religion stands for," Newsbeat was told. "He calls to ideologies which result in the killing of innocent people."

hmed Halane's twin sisters, Zahra and Salma, have also been used to promote propaganda online for the self-declared Islamic State.

The girls, who are now 17, married IS fighters after arriving in Syria, but both husbands were killed in fighting.

"His twin sisters were inspired by him, but he didn't tell them to go to Syria," says one source close to the Halane family.

'Don't say that'

We tracked down Ahmed Halane in Aarhus. He told Newsbeat that he had not recently spoken to his sisters because they had not been online for a month.

He has been attending a mosque that has been accused of encouraging young people to fight in Syria.

"It's just the last maybe 20 days [that he has attended the mosque]," says Oussama el-Saadi, the chairman of Grimhoj mosque in Aarhus.

The mosque had repeatedly been accused of promoting an extremist interpretation of Islam, but now works with police and social workers to try to reintegrate returnee fighters into society.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/32405092/manchester-terror-suspect-living-freely-in-denmark
 
@Cigaal

Yep, he denies it now, but he persuaded them to join him in Syria and guess what? He escaped ISIS, left his sisters to rot there and he is now living in Denmark.

Manchester terror suspect 'living freely in Denmark'


A terror suspect from Manchester who is banned from returning to Britain is living freely in Denmark, Newsbeat can reveal.

Ahmed Halane, 22, a Danish citizen who grew up in Bolton and Chorlton, is suspected of fighting with militant groups abroad.

He is the elder brother of Zahra and Salma Halane, who ran away to Syria to become jihadi brides in June last year.

Sources say Ahmed Halane joined jihadists in Syria and Somalia.

He is now living in the Danish city of Aarhus and appears to be free to travel around the EU, even though the UK authorities have deemed him a security risk.

He is subject to an exclusion order which prohibits him from re-entering Britain.

"Exclusion orders are not a step that's taken lightly by the authorities," says Stephen Grosz QC and chair of the Law Society's human rights committee.

From a religious family of Somali origin, Ahmed Halane was a pupil at Burnage Academy for Boys who had memorised the Koran by the age of 13.

Sources have told Newsbeat that he was radicalised after listening to extremist preachers online, including Anwar Al-Awlaki, a US-born radical Islamist cleric and al-Qaeda leader who was killed in Yemen.

A person who knew Ahmed Halane describes him as "two-faced", someone who only showed his "extremist views" to young people.

He was an "inciter" who was "brainwashed by listening to deviant men", says the source.

"He opposes and goes against everything my religion stands for," Newsbeat was told. "He calls to ideologies which result in the killing of innocent people."

hmed Halane's twin sisters, Zahra and Salma, have also been used to promote propaganda online for the self-declared Islamic State.

The girls, who are now 17, married IS fighters after arriving in Syria, but both husbands were killed in fighting.

"His twin sisters were inspired by him, but he didn't tell them to go to Syria," says one source close to the Halane family.

'Don't say that'

We tracked down Ahmed Halane in Aarhus. He told Newsbeat that he had not recently spoken to his sisters because they had not been online for a month.

He has been attending a mosque that has been accused of encouraging young people to fight in Syria.

"It's just the last maybe 20 days [that he has attended the mosque]," says Oussama el-Saadi, the chairman of Grimhoj mosque in Aarhus.

The mosque had repeatedly been accused of promoting an extremist interpretation of Islam, but now works with police and social workers to try to reintegrate returnee fighters into society.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/32405092/manchester-terror-suspect-living-freely-in-denmark
instead of protecting his sisters from extremest, he gives it to them. I do expect Farahs doing that time to times sxb he thought he was doing the work of God. I would wish death upon him but then again he was ignorant and careless himself
 

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