Monday, November 23, 2015

Paging Immigration Canada ... Single men AND single women should not be accepted as refugees ...

unless you want to shoulder the blame for Canadians getting killed violently in the near future by single jihadi women.

Go to the link below and read the entire article and  see for yourselves how plenty of young Syrian women have also become as sociopathic as the headchopping  jihadis they married one after another.

The author has interviewed just three women who managed to "escape" from Raqqa, the capital of the jihadi army.  There must be hundreds, if not thousands of this kind of jihadi wives in the mix of refugees now making their way to the West as legitimate refugees.

Immigration departments accepting refugees will have to be very, very careful that even young couples, those without kids,  are vetted again and again and again and again.  Women like the ones whose lives have been changed to jihadi norms and practices will probably make their way to the West with willing males (who might be ISIS-affliated or might not be).  If these women could stomach the jihadi lifestyle in Syria and even enjoy it most of the time,   chances are they will be harboring a kind of Stockholm-like syndrome deep within their psyches and within a few short years over here, could even wish for those days with nostalgia and longing.  Damaged goods can do plenty of damage.

Azadeh Moaveni writing at NYTimes
ISIS Women and Enforcers in Syria Recount Collaboration, Anguish and Escape

SOUTHERN TURKEY — Dua had only been working for two months with the Khansaa Brigade, the all-female morality police of the Islamic State, when her friends were brought to the station to be whipped.
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The police had hauled in two women she had known since childhood, a mother and her teenage daughter, both distraught. Their abayas, flowing black robes, had been deemed too form-fitting.

When the mother saw Dua, she rushed over and begged her to intercede. The room felt stuffy as Dua weighed what to do.

“Their abayas really were very tight. I told her it was their own fault; they had come out wearing the wrong thing,” she said. “They were unhappy with that.”

Dua sat back down and watched as the other officers took the women into a back room to be whipped. When they removed their face-concealing niqabs, her friends were also found to be wearing makeup. It was 20 lashes for the abaya offense, five for the makeup, and another five for not being meek enough when detained........

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