According to the latest Interior Ministry figures obtained by CNN, the number of French nationals caught up in jihad have jumped 13% over the past six months: between May and July this year alone, 67 more people became involved.
Europol says "a significant percentage of all foreign terrorist travellers in Syria/Iraq are now female." Most women making the trip are married to fighters soon after they arrive, and "historical data suggests women are less likely to (be able to) return than men."When Nora disappeared from her home in Avignon two years ago, her family had no idea where she had gone."It was 6.30pm, 7.30pm and she was not at home," says El Bathy. "'I'm finally going to help Syrians.'""We were in a state of shock," El Bathy says.
When a virus infects a lot of people, it's a pandemic and you can't use regular pills to cure it.
You need bigger resources."But despite a supposed crackdown -- France has been in a state of emergency since the Paris attacks in November last year -- the country's jihadi exodus is continuing unabated.
Call it what you want, it is about keeping bad people (with bad intentions) out of country! Bana retweeted the president with the comment "Am I a terrorist?
"Bana has called out Trump in other tweets in recent days. "A few days earlier, she tweeted an open letter to the president, saying her life in Turkey is good and imploring him to help children still suffering in her native country."You must do something for the children of Syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you," the letter says.
Bana Alabed's social media posts describing life in besieged Aleppo — and calling out the West for failure to end the crisis — drew worldwide acclaim.
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The clip he's working on is not a pop video or newsreel but a piece of radical Islamist propaganda, in praise of the "Charlie Hebdo" attackers who killed 12 people in Paris in January 2015. Omar Diaby -- is France's "super jihadist."Through his series of online videos, released under the name "19HH" (a tribute to the 19 perpetrators of the September 11 attacks), French authorities say he is responsible for recruiting about 80% of French-speaking jihadis heading to Syria and Iraq.
The clips fuse Hollywood special effects, rap music, religion and conspiracy theories in an attempt to convince young French Muslims to join the fight.
After six Muslims were fatally shot Sunday at a Canadian mosque, Bana tweeted, "I don't see Donald Trump tweeting about the terrorist attack in Quebec. "If you promise me you will do something for the children of Syria, I am already your new friend."During the siege of Aleppo, Bana tweeted photos and videos depicting a war-torn wasteland.