Montreal Muslima who joined bloodthirsty ISIS now expects to come back to Canada with infant daughters

Montreal woman escapes ISIL with infant daughters three years after travelling to Syria

A 22-year-old Canadian woman from Montreal is in the custody of Kurdish forces in Syria, along with her two-year-old daughter and newborn baby girl, after having fled a ISIL-controlled region of Syria.

She is being held by members of the Syrian Democratic Forces, a predominantly Kurdish and Arab force allied with Western governments fighting ISIL in the areas the group once held as part of its self-declared Islamic State.

Officials with Global Affairs Canada are in contact with senior members of the coalition group.

I say let the Kurds deal with her. She was not naive, she went to great lengths to deliberately join a murder cult. We should not be responsible for the care of her satanic offspring either.

  • tom_billesley

    Kurds are muslim. She’s a female captive. What would Mohammed do?
    [The graphic is correct]

    • Heh;) Yes we must respect their culture.

    • DaninVan

      Roger that!
      (And I mean that in the Brit slang sense as well; call it a twofer)

  • Jim Kimball

    Justine will accept her and her kids, after all that’s three future Liberal voters..

  • ontario john

    I’m sure Super Socks at some point will make and apology to anyone returning, and offer financial compensation.

  • Starlord

    Not Canadian and not human. She gave up her humanity card when she left for Isis. Her Spawn is a Satan’s child.

    May they make toast in the bathtub

  • David_Martin

    If she gets back to Canada before Christmas, the Toronto Star will give her kids Santa Claus Fund gift packages – cause nothing says Christmas Spirit like Mo’s receiving Kufar Christmas gifts

  • mauser 98
  • canminuteman

    She’s been gone for three years FFS. I’d bet that is longer than she was a “Canadian” for.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    New Retirement Plan…I’m planning on converting, cooking up some sort of jackpot, and suing the government for grievances…

  • Hard Little Machine

    On NPR this morning there was a trailer for a new series called “What were they thinking?” The first piece they’re going to do is about teenagers to joined ISIS and how, since all young people (up to age 30) aren’t really fully formed or responsible for their own actions, they should not only be given a pass when they return home, but they should be celebrated for their ‘brave adventure’ albeit one that ‘didn’t turn out the way they expected.

    No, really.

  • Linda1000

    Why aren’t the Kurds making good use of their sharia law in this case?

  • Observer

    Where’s the $10 million Justin owes her of our money?

  • topposter

    The way the Kurds have been treated by the West since the rout of Isis, they’ll send her back with a grin. Here, she’s your problem. I wouldn’t blame them.

  • Leave them there.

    • Tooth&Claw

      After reading the sick dynamic that goes on between mothers and sons in Islam, I tend to believe they’d be better off dead in a sandstorm.