'Let's stop making excuses for the jihadi brides' article - Do you agree? Watch

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galaxica
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Good riddance.
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(Original post by awkwardshortguy)
Wives complain they aren't valued whoever they are married to.

Why do you care about the satisfaction of these girls marriages anyway? These girls who gleefully endorse the actions of the most detestable members of Homo Sapiens. How are they any better if they want to marry them? Where does your sympathy for these Jihadi's come from? I hope all those in IS and anyone who affiliates themselves with it meet the same fate as that they have dealt to their captives.
That seems irrelevant and unnecessary, and like a sweeping statement. I really hate those.

Satisfaction?! That's really not what I meant. I just meant that those stupid little girls have probably been promised love and all those other things groomers promise, and they expect to be treated like valued wives, but they won't, they will be treated like ****. A depraved level of ****. They walked into it, enticed or no, but that doesn't change. And I think that is a horrible thing.
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I'd like to know what they thought they were getting involved with as it could be useful in preventing online radicalisation.

For all I know the online brainwashing could have got them believing the ISIS atrocity videos were faked by Jews in Hollywood to ruin Islams reputation, lets face it quite often someone pops up on TSR claiming anti-Muslim video faking, recent example was the charlie hebdo footage

anyway if they returned disillusioned, they could give up intelligence regarding ISIS targets as well as valuable insights into the way radicalisation works...
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(Original post by porn induced coma)
I know that. I meant everything that comes after they have married their terrorists. They aren't going to be valued wives, they are going to be little more than chattel.
Your argument is flawed.

Yes, they may indeed be naive enough to believe that they will be valued and treated well for living with IS.

However, even if this was true, it still does not legitimise joining a terrorist organisation, especially one as sickening as IS. You don't excuse a murder because the murderer stood to gain fabulously from committing the crime. As such, naivety and age is really no defence here - and feeling sorry about 'the hell their lives are going to become' is irrelevant.
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They are children who have been groomed. They have been sold an extremely glamorised image of war. I'm sure they'll be shocked on arrival but it'll be too late. I feel very sorry for them.
How old must they be before they stop being children and become traitors in your view?
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(Original post by Rakas21)
How old must they be before they stop being children and become traitors in your view?
Take a wild guess.
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I am still surprised by the shocking lack of concern for human life. I don't think anyone 'deserves' to die, and yet this is a comment I see repeated about these girls.
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Why is our government so desperate for them to come back?

We spend millions on surveillance of jihadis and millions were spent just on bringing legal cases to deport Qatada and Hamza, yet when four jihadis leave of their own free will we're desperate to get them back here. Are we insane?
I agree with this.

Let the traitors leave; just do not, under any circumstances, allow them back.
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(Original post by porn induced coma)
Rather have 72 experienced men myself, but no. This sexist video tells us why:



I am personally of the opinion that they are victims. When a child is groomed, do we blame the child?!
ok. but she is 19 now -remember? and still thinks that comparing the Manchester bombings with Isis war makes sense?!?
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we have at least a dozen threads on this topic made in the last few weeks, so i'm closing the one that's 4 years old.
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