No doubt this lad will grow up into a loyal, upstanding Briton. “‘Next generation, God willing’: ISIS jihadist’s widow from London posts picture of four-year-old boy posing with toy gun by Islamic flag,” by Sam Webb and John Hall, Daily Mail, December 21, 2014 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
The next generation: A picture of a youngster posing with a toy gun in front of an ISIS flag. It was tweeted by Londoner Umm Khattab, the teenaged widow of an ISIS fighter
The 18-year-old British widow of an ISIS fighter killed fighting in Syria has tweeted a picture of a young boy clutching a toy gun in front of the black flag of the terror group.
The image was posted by Umm Khattab, believed to be from London, with the caption: ‘Next generation, Bi’ithnillah (God willing).
Last week it was reported that British Muslim extremists are offering teenage girls in the UK money to marry Islamic State militants waging bloody jihad in Syria and Iraq.
Supporters of the terror group are believed to be offering cash incentives to encourage schoolgirls as young as 17 to travel to the group’s de facto capital Raqqa and marry fighters.
Although the boy, who appears to be aged about four, is not likely to be Khatab’s son, his mother could be Lewisham-born Khadijah Dare, 22, from Lewisham in south London, who left Britain to join ISIS and is married to Swedish terrorist Abu Bakr.
The pair are believed to live in Manjib, northern Syria, along with other British jihadi brides.
The teenager also posted pictures of the food she receives, such as pizza and chocolate cakes, because of her status as the widow of a ‘shaheed’, or martyr. Her youth is evident in the three ‘smiley’ emoticons she places at the end of the tweet.
Khattab, whose husband died in the war-torn town of Kobane on the border of Syria and Turkey, also tweeted a picture of foods from Kobane, including a drink from Starbucks, reports The Sunday Times.
It is understood that ISIS channels money for the would-be jihadis’ payment and travel expenses through international money wire systems, enabling the group’s UK cell to offer significant sums of cash to disenfranchised teenagers, many of whom are from poverty-stricken backgrounds.
The whole grooming process operates using the same techniques of trust-building and reward-offering employed by sexual predators, and is designed to turn the teenage girls into jihadi brides….