Joining of 70 German Women with ISIL: Report

KABUL: (Middle East Press) According to reports, at least over 70 German women have been joint the ISIL Takfiri militant group in Iraq and Syria during the last and current year.

The president of German Domestic Intelligence Service (known as Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz or BFV), Hans-Georg Maassen, said the majority of the women are under the age of 25, officials reported in an online statement.

According to Maassen nine of the German ISIL recruits are schoolgirls.

He warned that the Takfiri terrorist group has concentrated its efforts on seducing women and girls via social networks to join the group.

The BFV’s president said ISIL lures girls and women into the group through romantic means, and then marries them off to its male militants and, in rare cases, gives the educated ones managerial positions to keep them permanently attached as one of the members of the group.

Maassen warned that women and girls tempted into joining the Takfiris most often lose their freedoms after joining the group, and their passports and phones are confiscated, making them totally lose contact with their friends and families.


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