Blind Brides: British Women drawn to ISIS Men

Marsh Pic from Times

Stefanie Marsh in The Times, December 2014, http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/article4284138.ece,where the title is “‘I can’t wait to have my own jihadi 

A growing number of British women are trying to make contact with IS fighters in Syria — most with marriage proposals In a bedroom in Birmingham, a well-educated 15-year-old girl logs on to her computer and leaves another hopeful message for Omar Yilmaz: “You have beautiful eyes,” this one reads. “I just want to be with you.”

Compared with the boys she knows at home, Yilmaz — a soldier in the Dutch Army not so long ago — is a man of action and strong oral character. The girl is drawn by his fervour ….

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