Family Says Notification By CSIS Of Islamic State Flag On Jihadi Daughter’s Twitter Account Was “Too Vague” A Warning

This article in the Star should be more accurately titled “Muslims are the real victims when Muslims kill infidels”

Much the same goes for the family of a 23-year-old Edmonton woman who fled to Syria last summer. There were similarly troubling signs. The woman dropped out of college, grew withdrawn and began wearing a niqab, the family told CBC News. She also began an online class with a woman who her family believes helped plan her flight.

Before she left, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service warned the family that her Twitter account featured the Islamic State flag and followed known jihadis. “But they didn’t give us enough information and it was all very vague,” the woman’s older sister said.


 

Yea, what’s a Jihadi flag or two? And a Niqab? Pffft!!  What 23 year old grown woman doesn’t rebel against her parents?  It’s just a phase!

And the real subtext of the story – ThishasnothingtodowithIslamDon’tblameus.BlameStephenHarperBushHitlerCSISIslamophobiaChristianTerrorists.

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  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    It’s only 150 terrorists, bent on murder and mayhem? What’s the big deal, eh?!

    How awesome would it be if someone let loose 150 bite-happy rats in the Star’s lunch room? Just saying.

    All jokes aside, 23 year olds are solely responsible for their actions.

    Editorial.FAIL

    • The Star is so full of shit, Islamist enablers.

      • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

        And since Islamic terrorism and Islamic terrorists are, deservedly so, the dominant contemporary news stories, the folks at the Star have to work twice as hard to wash away all of the blood.

  • simus1

    muslims always bite the hand that feeds them.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Reminds me of the frog and the scorpion.

      • Exile1981

        or a rabid dog.

  • luna

    Parents who can say such things are what’s wrong with our society.

    • Alain

      Agreed since there was nothing vague about the warning and impossible to believe the family did not have a clue before that.

      • That’s because they figured she was simply being a good devout daughter.

  • Linda1000

    Generally when CSIS or the police contact you, it should be enough to clue one in that something just might be wrong as in the case of the 23-year old woman. I do have sympathy for the Montreal father as it does seem like he tried to prevent his son from leaving but like he said he couldn’t babysit his son 24/7. I’d say a first step would be to investigate, monitor and/or shut down extremist mosques, MSAs, other organizations like Hibtz ut Tahrir , deport the known radical preachers.

  • Xavier

    I realize everyone has a different opinion on whether these would-be jihadists should be kept in Canada or allowed to leave and not return. I myself do not know which is the better choice, but it seems that a starting point would be a less porous border. By less porous, I mean closed to everyone in and out until background checks are done. Instead of having a terrorist watch list, we could have a “verified probably safe” list to expedite frequent travelers. It’s very similar to computer security where everything is
    untrusted unless specifically allowed – essentially the opposite of the approach used for international travel now. I realize that would inconvenience a lot of travelers but that’s what Islamic terrorism has forced upon us.

    Then it’s up to you to decide what to do with extremists once they’re identified.

    • Physics grad

      let them leave, strip their citizenship once gone

    • Blacksmith

      As a frequent traveler I know just what it takes to get from A to B these days and it is a pain. So I am going to disagree with you here. Instead of making the innocent non muslims pay for bad behavior of muslims, profile the places that need to be profiled and get ahead of the problem. Also ship all muslims out, they won’t assimilate so send them somewhere that is like they want to make the west.

      • Xavier

        Oh I agree with your sentiment, but realistically do you think there’s any chance of ever deporting every Moslem?

        • Blacksmith

          It is either death at their hands or conversion. They will not tolerate any who don’t believe in their particular flavor, it is a death cult.

    • Exile1981

      Technically the UN charter says all countries have to allow any citizen of theirs to leave as long as they are not wanted for a crime. So while it’s a good idea it would be against the UN charter…. and we can’t have that now can we – sarc

  • pdxnag

    She can have a dozen kids by the time she is 40. Yay. Then she will bring them all “home” with her. Perfect timing for when the UK fully pledges loyalty to Islamic State, who will slaughter all who resist conforming to their new future.

  • Physics grad

    Before she left, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service warned the family that her Twitter account featured the Islamic State flag and followed known jihadis. “But they didn’t give us enough information and it was all very vague,” the woman’s older sister said.

    Of course it was too vague. For muslims, having a Twitter account feature the Islamic State flag and liking jihadis is just normal.

    • Seriously, Muslims are in perpetual grievance mode nothing is ever their fault.