And the Middle East Media Research Institute – based in the US capital Washington DC – has revealed that jihadists and Islamist extremists have placed ads on the dating pages.The organisation revealed in a tweet and on its website: “Islamist extremists and ISIS fighters active on English-language Islamic Marriage website, including specially designated global terrorist from New Zealand.” The revelation raises fears that ISIS terrorists are using the site to find wives as they look to create future generations of fanatics.“Looking for open-minded woman interested with friendship and love making in Iraq or nearby.” One man from Raqqa posted: “In the name of Allah the Merciful, Abdullah Yasser al-Ibrahim from Syria look for seriousness and do not like to play with feelings.“I wish success to all the people of the site and thank the site owners.” Another man from Iraq was looking for a second wife.I was looking for woman who does not talk and will blow herself up if I command it. He said: “I cannot speak for previous operations by the group Anonymous, but anything to dismantle ISIS online, is a positive thing.” The Sun Online has contacted Islamic Marriage for comment.“Very soon after joining dating website, I find great girl.
It read: “I find perfect girl using this dating website. ” Paul Horner, a White House spokesman, told CNN at the time that he approved of the actions taken by Anonymous.
I’ll do the best for her.” There is no suggestion any of the above profiles are members of ISIS or hold any extremist views.
Two years ago the so-called “hacktivist” group Anonymous led an online onslaught against fanatical Muslim supporters online including a dating website for members of ISIS.
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