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Sadism and devotion – Females on Jihad

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  • IS-Propaganda Pic. A member of the al-Khanssaa brigade. They have the freedon to tantalise other women.
  • Hundreds of women join the IS as wifes and female mujaheddin
  • Selfie of members of the al-Khanssaa brigade
  • Refugees on the border to Turkey flee
  • A woman believed to be a British medical student who left the UK in order to join ISIS has posted an image on social media of herself holding a severed head. On Twitter she is Mujahidah Bint Usama and claims to be a doctor for the terror group based in Raqqa, Syria.
  • Women on the streets of Raqqa pass a billboard ordering women to dress like this
  • Sally Jones was part of a rock band in the 1990th, today she is part of the al Khanassa brigade. On Twitter she claimes, she wants to behead Christians with a blunt knive
  • Sally Jones husband: British computer hacker-turned jihadi Junaid Hussain pictured online posing with a scarf over his face and a rifle in his hands. He's one of the suspects for the murder of James Foley.
  • On Twitter Sally Jone calls herself Umm Hussain Al Britani
  • A key figure in the al-Khanssaa brigade, according to researchers at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR), is Aqsa Mahmood, a 20-year-old woman from Glasgow who fled to Syria in November 2013
  • On Twitter Aqşa Mahmood is Umm Layth
  • Guess who hates infidels

They are devoted wifes and cruel Sadists at the same time. The al-Khanssaa brigade is a female-only militia set up by the Islamic State in Raqqa, Syria. It is an all-female group of jihadists who are charged with punishing ‘un-Islamic’ behaviour by women in Raqqa.

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