It’s all for the jihad.
by ANDRE WALKER 21 Jul 2014,
A boy was paraded on twitter to advertise jihad by a woman who claims to be his British mother, meaning that he too is a British national. The child, thought to be about four years old, was pictured with an assault rifle as part of a series of tweets to encourage more British women to join ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
The mother, who uses the names Umm Isa and Muhajirah fi Sham, is married to the ISIS fighter Abdur Rahman, from Sweden, according to the Daily Star. She took to twitter saying: “Wer r all da sisters dat want 2 join us in Sham nd marry nd support a mujahid?”
In a further tweet that has now been taken down she posted the picture of the young boy saying: “Look at my little mujahid this kid is the funniest man love him to (sic) much”. She refers to the boy as Isa, which is the Arabic version of the name Jesus, and claims he has a younger brother that she calls “mini mujahid” or holy warrior.
She is widely believed to be a former student of film, media, psychology and sociology. It is thought that she converted to Islam and began attending a Mosque in South London. If she is British and is indeed married to a Swedish radical, then the two children would have the right to reside anywhere in the European Union if they make it out of the warzone alive.
Whilst ISIS is not beneath fabricating claims to encourage more British nationals to join their jihad, the sheer number of people now saying they are from Western Europe makes it improbable that all are lying. Also, as previously reported on Breitbart London, the security services now admit that there are at least 400 – 500 British nationals fighting in Syria and Iraq.
To add to the woes of the British authorities, a well-placed Muslim MP has warned that the figure is much higher, at least 1500. Khalid Mahmood believes that young people in cities like Birmingham are being attracted to jihad by pop-up restaurants and social media recruitment campaigns.
This raises the possibility of large numbers of highly trained veteran terrorists returning to the United Kingdom at some point in the future and continuing their fight here. This was described by David Cameron as the “biggest national security threat to the United Kingdom in decades”.