This must be a joke. This can't be real:
An Indonesian teen has told how at age 17 she persuaded her parents, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins that they should all move to Syria to join the Islamic State.
She convinced two dozen relatives to leave their home in Jakarta by picking out parts of the ISIS life that would appeal, such as free education and healthcare for the girls and good jobs for the men.
None of the promised benefits materialised, however, as the family faced forced marriages and frontline battle duties, as well as a general atmosphere of death and destruction.
This is some industrial-strength lunacy:
She recalled how she sold the benefits she had read about online: her 21-year-old sister could study computer science for free, her cousin could get free healthcare for her autistic child, and her uncle could find work in Raqqa since mechanics are in demand for building car bombs.
What a wonderful family. Perhaps, Trudeau can invite them here in Canada.