A Toronto woman who was a member of Islamic State’s women’s auxiliary and captured by U.S. forces claims she was clueless about the horrors committed by the death cult.
Dura Ahmed, 28, was one of two Canadian women captured in eastern Syria. The other is a former graphic designer from Alberta.
As for the Yezidis, she remained non-plussed.
“When I came here I heard. I haven’t seen one but…,” she laughed. “Well, having slaves is part of Sharia [Islamic law]. I believe in Sharia, wherever Sharia is. We must follow whoever is implementing the way, the law.”
Ahmed’s husband arrived in Raqqa, Syria — the death cult’s heartland — in 2012. She was in school, she told CNN, and waited two years to take the plunge. She knew nada about the events unfolding there. And she loved it.
Ahmed called it “an easy life” packed with Pringles and Twix chocolate bars.
She sold her soul for ... Pringles and Twix.
An Ontario man who spent four years fighting for ISIS and used social media to recruit others now wants to return home with the help of the Canadian government.
The 28-year-old says he, his Canadian wife and their two children have been "hung out to dry" and that it is no longer safe for them in Syria. "Why shouldn't I be able to go home? I've done nothing in Canada. I've broken no laws there at all," said Ali in an interview.
Yeah, he joined a group that raped women, set "traitors" on fire, threw homosexuals off buildings, stoned women to death, and executed people for small offenses. But that doesn't matter because he'll be a decent, moral citizen when he's back in Canada! He'll simply ignore his barbaric culture and gutter religion upon setting his foot on Canadian soil again! You can trust him because Muslims never lie!