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ISIS militants are so desperate for wives that it took an undercover journalist just 30 minutes of chatting online to get a marriage proposal.The BBC reporter, who went as a 25-year-old named “Zahra” for her online profile, joined various ISIS social media groups and was quickly contacted by multiple men. official told The Post that the terror group is cutting to the chase to benefit its own murderous cause. “It’s quite likely that this member of Daesh was only trying to lure her to Iraq or Syria to help their cause– he didn’t even know what she looked like.” Zahra managed to learn that Mario was German and Italian and joined ISIS two years ago in Syria.for free chat rooms features, amazing online chat rooms, and mobile chat at the click of a mouse.free chat now , chat no register , free text chat , random chat , Singles chat , Nickname , Age , Sex ( Male / Female ) , Country and State.
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One of her jihadist suitors who called himself Mario was “very persistent,” according to the BBC, and asked for her hand in marriage just 30 minutes after they started talking — despite not knowing anything about her including what she looked like. She pretended to be interested in joining ISIS, which Mario insisted would be easy as long as she had a passport and could catch a flight to Turkey.
In typo-ridden messages, he said they could get married and have children.
An organization known for beheading innocent people, raping women, killing children.” Meanwhile, ISIS is likely planning more Paris-style terrorist attacks in Europe, according to a report by Europe’e elite police force Europol released Monday.
Rob Wainwright, the head of the elite police agency, said that ISIS has “developed a new combat-style capability to carry out a campaign of large-scale terrorist attacks on a global stage with a particular focus in Europe.” “The attacks will be primarily directed at soft targets because of the impact it generates,” he added.