Jihad and Girl Power: How ISIS Lured 3 London Girls

LONDON — The night before Khadiza Sultana left for Syria she was dancing in her teenage bedroom. It was a Monday during the February school vacation. Her niece and close friend, at 13 only three years younger than Khadiza, had come for a sleepover. The two girls wore matching pajamas and giggled as they gyrated in unison to the beat.

Khadiza offered her niece her room that night and shared a bed with her mother. She was a devoted daughter, particularly since her father had died.

  • k1992

    “The two girls wore matching pajamas and giggled as they gyrated in unison to the beat.” Oh, isn’t that sweet? Probably pink with cute teddy bears embroidered on them. And don’t forget the furry slippers. That’s the NYT for you, I suppose.

    It’s rather sickening how much of the media is still sympathetic to these little losers, and even tries to make them into heroines of a sort. Personally, I’m well and truly sick of seeing pictures of them: may they rot contentedly in the islamic “paradise” they have chosen – and never, ever escape it.

    • It is ludicrous.

    • WalterBannon

      yes, and later that night they made improvised explosive devices out of a hello kitty lunch box

      humbug, a pox on her house and on the quislings at the NYT