Large numbers of young girls are leaving Europe to join the Islamic State militant group and become “jihadist brides,”.
“I don’t think people should be rejoicing now and we don’t want to over-hype things, but it’s certainly a very positive evolution,” a coordinator of a project focused on researching the impact of IS online activity said.
“The internet is playing a significant part in getting Muslims where they belong, in the Caliphate. It seems like a lot of jihadi brides in the UK have been influenced by online content consumption and interaction. The more the better, we can only applaud this evolution.”
However, the Muslim community is frustrated by “misrepresentations” of their faith in the media in the wake of the so-called devastating terror attack in Tunisia, in which 38 infidels were killed.
“We are in the holy month of Ramadan and we are trying to get closer to God and to carry out those atrocities in the name of Islam is what it’s all about.”
“They ask me to apologize for someone else’s actions, but I actually don’t want to apologize because Allah Almighty told us to kill all infidels wherever we can find them, so I keep saying ‘we don’t have to apologize; it is our faith, you just have to accept it.’