ISIS Militants Targeting Young Malaysian Girls

Posted: October 14, 2014 in Muslim Views

It is truly disturbing, yet was not astonishing.. Since the religious violence at Shah Alam, a couple of years ago, Malaysian politicians did not change their tunes, nor their visions.. Dr. Mahtier was the first to utilize patriotic and religious affiliations to build his own legacy..

All cards can defuse and fade out after the purpose is served, except the religious one, because it means the foundations of distinction, identity and perspective for the underdeveloped communities in particular.. Even so, developed ones can witness the same..

Malaysia is slowly radicalized; with the contradictive religious views of its minorities.. Regretfully, Malaysian commons are pushed into a trap; whereas their intellectual are paralyzed to seriously confront

PETALING JAYA, Malaysia – Islamic State (IS) recruiters are targeting young Malaysians and schoolchildren especially girls via social media to fight or provide “domestic services” in Syria and Iraq. Bukit Aman’s Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division’s principal assistant director Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ayob Khan said young girls were being increasingly lured to join militant groups as they were more vulnerable to influence. “The militants have been found trying to entice those aged between 14 and 30, using well-scripted texts on why ‘jihad’ (martyrdom) is an obligation in Islam,” “As such, even school students have shown interest in joining IS,” SAC Ayob told The Star. He said the process to recruit the young usually took about three months, adding that the youngest target for the militants so far has been a 14-year-old boy.

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