ISIS, A ‘Disney-Like’ Dream? Three Denver Girls Lured by ISIS Through ‘Disney-Like’ Version Of Extremism


This is scary. Not on ISIS’s end; that is expected from a terrorist organization who has taken their jihad to social media. What is scary about this, is that these three girls bought the lies from these terrorists. Check it out.

Islamic State militants are luring innocent American teenage girls into their violent and war-hungry terror network with ‘Disney-like versions’ of life under extremism, a terror expert has warned.

The claims were made as three American schoolgirls were arrested in Germany as they apparently travelled to Syria to join Islamic militants.

The girls — two sisters ages 17 and 15, and a 16-year-old friend, from Denver, Colorado — were stopped in Frankfurt by F.B.I. agents trying to board a plane last weekend after stealing $2,000 from their parents and running away. They were arrested and sent home to their families in the Aurora suburb of the city.

And today Mia Bloom, a professor of security studies at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, claimed they were likely doing the bidding of ISIS predators who are preying on increasingly younger women through social media with the promise of dream homes, husbands and happy endings – just like in those portrayed in Disney movies.

At least one of the girls was communicating with someone online who encouraged the three to travel to Syria, said Tustin Amole, a spokeswoman for the Cherry Creek School District where the girls attend high school.

Fellow students told school officials that the girls had been discussing travel plans over Twitter, Amole said.

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