Saturday, 20 September 2014

FBI : ISIS recruits young American ladies for sex Jihad

According to London-based the Middle-East newspaper, FBI opened a case, investigating about the alleged recruitment of young American girls by the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to entertain the Islamist rebels sexually.

Omar Abu-Khalid the representative of Somali community in Minneapolis, told FBI officials that in the past three months, several Somali parents  have informed the police that their daughter are missing and are believed to join ISIS to perform sexual Jihad.
Mr. Abu Khalid also disclosed that two twin teenagers from the Somali community from Saint Paul, Minnesota were disappeared after telling their mother that they wish to attend a marriage ceremony of a close friend.
Abu Khalid continued by adding that after nearly two weeks, the INTERPOL declared that the twins travelled to Turkey in order to be transferred to Syrian territories under ISIS control as Turkish officials are cognizant and informed by INTERPOL to take proper actions to prevent these cases but unfortunately Ankara is accomplice in this crime.
Saint Paul, Minnesota is the main center for American-Somali community and since 2007 there were tangible evidences indicating that extremist Jihadi groups such as Al-Shabab Somali Islamist rebels are recruiting teenagers.
Alexander Hoffman, Minnesota’s former FBI director announced that approximately 15 to 20 percent of Somali fighters in Syria are originally recruited by local imams and hate preachers in Saint Paul and other small cities in its vicinity.

Melvin Gordon, FBI’s security consultant in Minneapolis revealed that his office will conduct investigations about the alleged recruitment of African-American Muslim ladies by Saudi-backed religious institutions to be employed later as sex entertainer for Islamist militants in Iraq and Syria.
The federal authorities say Shannon Conley, a 19-year-old woman, intended to wage sexual jihad was apprehended in Denver international airport last Monday. Conley confessed to her investigators that she met a young Arab man on internet and later she converted to Wahhabi faith (deviant Sunni Islam cult adopted by Saudi government).
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