Great. During the next eight years, or whatever fragment of the sentence that she actually serves, what will be done to disabuse her of her jihadist sentiments? Why, nothing at all. Instead, the belief system that led her to plot jihad mass murder in the first place will be reinforced and treated with the utmost respect by her jailers. Then she will emerge, 25 or younger, a more committed jihadi than before. And what will she do next? Become a loyal and productive member of Danish society? Think again.
“Danish girl, 17, who wanted to join ISIS and plotted to blow up two schools, including one for Jewish children, is jailed for eight years,” by Sophie Inge, Mailonline, November 27, 2017 (thanks to Lookmann):
A 17-year-old Danish girl who offered to fight for Islamic State was sentenced on Monday to eight years in prison by the Danish high court for planning bomb attacks on two schools, one of them Jewish.
The high court on Friday found the girl – who was 15 years old at the time – guilty of the offences, upholding an earlier district court ruling.
The district court had initially sentenced her to six years in jail.
The prosecutor had called for her to sentenced to preventive detention indefinitely.
Earlier this year a court in Holbaek heard that she had written notes about planning to carry out attacks in both her former primary school in Farevejle and in a Jewish school in Copenhagen.
The girl, who cannot be named, was arrested last year in her home in a village 40 miles west of Copenhagen after her family alerted the police about suspicious chemical experiments in the basement.
The court said in a statement that investigators found a range of chemicals purchased at a Danish cosmetic chain store.
Experts said the ingredients she had gathered to produce the high explosive acetone peroxide (TATP) were not enough to build a dangerous bomb, but the court underlined her criminal intent and motivations in the ruling.
Police who searched the residence found a handwritten note with the words ‘Allahu Akbar!’ (God is greatest), a date, and the address of the Jewish school in Copenhagen
A second note was marked ‘bomb attack on the infidels’ and gave the address of her own school near Holbaek, a town west of the capital.
She also wrote about her sympathies to ISIS in her notes and tried to contact its leaders via Twitter….