“Photos on the girl’s pages on social networking giant Facebook show them holding AK47 assault rifles. In one posting, the girls announced plans to marry in order to become ‘holy warriors,’ and in another, they say that ‘death is our goal.’” Yet “authorities” nonetheless believe that these girls were “tricked” into traveling to Syria toÂ wage jihad. It had to be a trick, since they were falling for such a spectacular misunderstanding of Islam, doncha know.
Islamic supremacists frequently affirm how much they love death. A Muslim child preacherÂ recently tauntedthose he has been taught to hate most: “Oh Zionists, we love death for the sake of Allah, just as much as you love life for the sake of Satan.” Jihad mass murderer Mohamed MerahÂ saidÂ that he “loved death more than they loved life.” Nigerian jihadist Abubakar ShekauÂ said: “I’m even longing for death, you vagabond.”
Ayman al-Zawahiri’s wifeÂ advised Muslim women: “I advise you to raise your children in the cult of jihad and martyrdom and to instil in them a love for religion and death.” And asÂ one jihadist put it, “We love death. You love your life!” And another: “The Americans love Pepsi-Cola, we love death.” That was fromÂ Afghan jihadist Maulana Inyadullah.
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More on the ‘Austrian girls’ who joined the jihad:
Two Austrian teenage girls that authorities believe were tricked into travelling to Syria to fight for Islamist rebels are currently being searched for by Interpol.
Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, disappeared from their homes in the Austrian capital of Vienna on April 10, the Daily Mail reported.
However, the girls’ parents found a slew of posts of social media networks that suggested that had gone to fight for a “holy war” in Syria.
The girl’s parents – who are originally Bosnian refugees who settled in Austria after the ethnic conflicts of the 1990’s – claim that the messages are not being written by the girls.
They also said thatÂ the two girls had recently started frequenting a mosque run by radical Vienna-based Islamic preacher Ebu Tejma.
The fathers of the girls are said to be abroad looking for their daughters, who have not been in contact with their parents.
Photos on the girl’s pages on social networking giant Facebook show them holding AK47 assault rifles.
In one posting, the girls announced plans to marry in order to become “holy warriors,” and in another, they say that “death is our goal.”
Austrian officials say that the pair are likely in a jihadist training camp and are already married to their new rebel husbands.