British women running sex slave brothels for Islamic State?
Last June, British twins Salma and Zahra Halane, 16, fled their family home in Manchester in the middle of the night to join ISIS fighters in Syria. They were brilliant students in the top 10 percent of their class, headed for medical school before their abrupt departure, reports Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service.
Another British student, Aqsa Mahmood, 20, was reported missing by her parents a year ago, then appeared in Syria in February as an advocate for the terrorist group, according to The Daily Mail.
Khadijah Dare, 22, agreed to marry an ISIS fighter on Facebook and moved to Syria in 2012. Recently she posted photos on the web of her son brandishing an AK-47.
Many of these young women were persuaded to leave their family homes due to ISIS-sponsored websites that lend a ‘romantic’ aura to their fight.
They exchange messages on Facebook, Twitter and Ask.fm, often including marriage proposals, before traveling to Syria via Turkey.
Some of these British women are suspected of running sex slave brothels for ISIS fighters in Syria, according to The Daily Mail.
They are among dozens of European women who have traveled to the Syrian battleground in the hope of becoming ‘jihadi brides’.