Five grounded girls are from same London school as 3 ‘Jihadi brides


From The Telegraph

Five teenage girls barred from travelling abroad by a judge after showing an interest in going to Syria are pupils at the same London school as three girls already thought to have fled there to join the Islamic State, the High Court has been told.

In mid-February police raised concerns following the disappearance of Kadiza Sultana, 16, Shamima Begum, 15, and Amira Abase, 15, from their homes in east London.

On March 20 Mr Justice Hayden barred five girls – three 16 and two 15 – from leaving the jurisdiction of England and Wales following a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.

The judge had made an order saying the five girls could not be identified.

But on Friday he said it could be revealed that all eight teenagers were pupils at Bethnal Green Academy in Bethnal Green, east London. 

Mr Justice Hayden made the move following an application from social services bosses at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. He was told that social workers had raised concerns that the girls might flee to areas controlled by the Islamic State and he said sometimes the law had to intervene to protect young people from themselves

2 Responses

  1. Reminds me of the ‘Childrens’ Crusades’ untertaken in the Middle Ages. The fact they can only attract very young people suggests that teh society is in deep trouble. (But we knew that anyway.). There was an article in the Times magazine today, some Muslim mother moaning that her son was jailed for 12 years for going to Syria when he was there for ‘humanitarian’ purposes. What made me laugh was she said that she bought him a present to welcome him home from the war zone and it was a copy of a violent computer game, Grand Theft Auto V, to encourage re-intergration into kufr society no doubt. Needless to say, it’s all the Police’s fault.

  2. As Sue notes, there is something terribly wrong, both with the South Asian Muslim community in Britian, and with the larger British society that has granted all this social and cultural space to Muslims, all the while only letting in the most debased products of the secular world.

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