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Britain concerned over teenage girls traveling to Syria to join IS

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Poor naive girls, they have no idea what they are doing. Hopefully they are returned home before they are impregnated by pure evil ISIS scum.

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Indeed poor naive girls. Poor families too - although i guess being brought up Muslim in Bethnal Green is no picnic either and a life as a jihadi may just seem glamorous in comparison.

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Part of me says let them go and don't let them back in when they start missing the comforts of their old home. These were supposedly 'bright' girls.

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joining an enemy of the country is treasonous act, regardless of age, they should be treated as such.

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Ouch, this is the second PR hit Chelsea FC has taken in the past week. I guess she and the singing hooligans are linked by anti-French feelings.

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Well if east London isn't Islamic enough for you IS is the logical choice.

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When will UK realize that this kid glove treatment of the rising Islamic Fundamentalism is going to get them deeper and deeper into this mess.

The first step is to abandon this brain dead liberal religion called 'EU'. The second is to crack down hard on illegal immigration. The third is to kick out kick out 'benefit scrounging UK haters' like Anjam Chowdhary.

Otherwise we will see Islamist controlled East London and Nigel Farage in Downing Street . The mind boggles at this scenario.

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Darwinism in action.

A tragedy they will be used to fabricate more terrorbots. There is nothing "naive" when you have seen for months on YouTube the horrors this scum perpetrate.

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Part of me says let them go and don't let them back in when they start missing the comforts of their old home. These were supposedly 'bright' girls.

Well I hope that part of you sorts its self out. We are talking about a 15yo girl, they are never that smart that they don't need help to get through life. They have been deceived into some thing terrible.

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ISIS has a powerful, romantic, and religious message which appeals to teenagers full of hormones. The West has lame materialism and the meek idea of multiculturilsm.... its a slam-dunk competition. And the West refuses to address ISIS message head on, because that would run counter to the doctrine that we must not criticise political islam. So, the West keeps fumbling in self-imposed darkness and losing all the way.

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"ISIS has a powerful, romantic, and religious message which appeals to teenagers full of hormones."

Come to summer camp and enjoy timeless youthful enjoyment of burning people alive and learn skills like beheading and the girls good old fashioned sexual slavery and forced motherhood.....

I don't buy that kumbaya, politically correct claptrap. These people are mentally ill, losers or possibly both. Where I come from teenagers like experimenting in drugs, drink, body mods and of course, copious amounts of masturbation.

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They have no idea what awaits them.

Bon voyage and don't come back.

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Some folks have to learn the hard way. Problem with teens is that they don't understand some choices they make are LIFE choices that can affect them for the rest of their life, or in some cases end in death. All are permanent and there is no "going back".

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When you allow the setting up of nearly 100 Sharia courts throughout the country to supplant the secular family courts, as just one example, I mean, what do you expect?

The misery, violence, suffering and fear in the UK, France and elsewhere is only going to worsen. Wholly preventable, too. That's the tragedy.

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