This France 24 article spends a lot of time telling us that these girls have been “radicalized.” Authorities speak a great deal about “radicalization,” but don’t dare examine the real roots of this mysterious process, since those roots are in the Qur’an and Sunnah. Instead, they waste time and money pursuing antidotes to “radicalization” that pretend its roots are elsewhere, and so are foredoomed to failure.
“‘Radicalised’ French girls trigger police manhunt,” France 24, March 6, 2016:
French police have confirmed the return of one teenage girl after they embarked on a manhunt for two ‘radicalised’ teenagers suspected of leaving for Syria.
Louisa returned to her family’s home on Sunday afternoon, local police authorities said.
“Her parents alerted national police that she came home around 4pm” investigators in Annecy in charge of tracking down the runaways told the AFP news agency, adding the teen was being questioned by police.
At the weekend, French national police had tweeted a photo of Louisa and fellow teenager Israe, who they said were “likely using false identities and will attempt by any means possible to leave the country”.
The girls were last seen around 1pm on Friday, 4 March as they left the Carillons de Seynod High School, located on the outskirts of the town of Annecy, according to public prosecutors.
The girls’ classmates began to worry about their whereabouts and made an attempt to intercept them at the Chambéry train station. When that failed, they alerted authorities at around 7:30pm.
Public prosecutors said they had reason to suspect that the girls had either left or wanted to leave for Syria and had plans to get on a train to Paris in the town of Chambéry.
“One of the girls was already suspected of radicalisation and was under surveillance. She had been placed in a group home and banned from leaving the country. On Saturday morning, we also enacted a travel ban on the second girl”, public prosecutors said.
More girls heading to Syria
French intelligence services have reported an increasing number of girls among the teens departing for Syria. They reported that among the 81 French minors who have left for Syria, a majority (51) are female.
According to the Interior Ministry, there are a further 867 French adolescents who were flagged for radicalisation, like one of the young runaways from Haute-Savoie. It is not known how many of those teenagers are girls, but there are many anecdotes….