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ISIS 'matchmaker' will be deported to France and jailed
Brad Hunter
November 13, 2019
November 13, 2019 7:13 PM EST
Suicide bomb loving seductress and ISIS 'matchmaker' Tooba Gondal is set to be deported from Turkey to France.
Sexy Tooba Gondal worked tirelessly as an ISIS “matchmaker,” luring young women from the West into the death cult’s clutches.
Kind of a seven brides for seven jihadis sort of deal.
But now, she faces deportation from Turkey to France, along with a number of other female fighters.
Gondal is now claiming she has permanent British residence as a result of the 25-year-old studying at Goldsmith’s University in London.
Suicide bomb loving seductress and ISIS ‘matchmaker’ Tooba Gondal is set to be deported from Turkey to France.
But the Brits aren’t having it and issued her with an exclusion order last November. Gondal will never be allowed back into the U.K.
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According to The Times of London, Gondal is being booted because Turkey wants to clear its prisons of jihadists and their fangirls.
When she arrives in France, she will be imprisoned and her children put in foster care.
One of the terror outfits top pimps, she allegedly arranged the marriage of Shamima Begum who fled her London home for Syria in 2015.
After the terrorist attacks on Paris, Gondal gleefully tweeted: “Wish I could have seen the hostages being slaughtered last night with my own eyes.”
Her halcyon days.
She now claims that she has reformed and wants to stop “vulnerable Muslims from being radicalized.”
Meanwhile, one Kurdish general fears that the West’s unwillingness to repatriate foreign fighters and their families may lead to a “spectacular” attack.
General Mazloum Kobane said a combination of events has created ideal conditions for the terrorist group to bounce back.
“It’s one of the expected things that may happen in the future,” he said.
Kurdish forces are currently guarding 5,000 “extremely dangerous” jihadis in jails across Syria.
But maintaining the status quo is untenable, the general said, particularly after the U.S. withdrawal from Syria.
The Turkish invasion, Kobane told Sky News, is giving ISIS “hope”.
“I think there are many people who don’t know this but it’s true. The Turkish aggression opened the space and provided hope for ISIS members,” Kobane said.
And the Kurdish commander alleged that Turkey will use ISIS’s foreign legion as “bargaining chips” with the West.
TERROR FEARS: Two suspected ISIS returnees back in Ontario
Postmedia News
November 20, 2019
November 20, 2019 3:48 PM EST
Pamir Hakimzadah was released from jail despite being an “undue risk to society”.FACEBOOK
They’re b-a-a-a-ck.
Two suspected ISIS sympathizers are back in Ontario, according to published reports.
Truth North said Pamir Hakimzadah — a former Ryerson student — was sprung from a Canadian prison on May 24 — even though he was deemed an “undue risk to society.”
He reportedly tried to join the death cult in 2014 but was nabbed after travelling to Turkey where he was jailed for six months.
He allegedly said that “all non-Muslims should be killed.”
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“He spoke either in favour of or in defence of ISIS. He viewed online ISIS content such as videos and posts. He also viewed a website that provided instructions on how to get into Syria,” a Crown lawyer involved in the case told True North.
Ikar Mao, 22, of Guelph has agreed to a number of conditions because of a “fear of [a] terrorism offence.”COUCHSURFING
Hakimzadah was nabbed by counter-terrorist agents and later dumped back into Canada’s lap.
Back home, prosecutors wanted a six-year sentence in a federal slammer for his alleged crimes, but last February, a judge sentenced him to six months in prison, giving him credit for the three years and seven months he already spent in custody. The sentencing came after he pleaded guilty to leaving Canada to participate in the activity of a terrorist group.
His time in prison was to be followed by three years of probation with a number of conditions, including undergoing psychotherapy, not possessing a gun or passport and undergoing “de-radicalization counselling.”
But according to True North, it took three years for Canada to arrest and charge Hakimzadah for travelling abroad to join Islamic State.
He was charged as a result of an unrelated assault.
Meanwhile, another Ontario man who was jailed in Turkey for three months is under a slew of court-ordered conditions because of “fear of [a] terrorism offence.”
CBC News reports that Ikar Mao, 22, of Guelph, and his wife were in Turkey last July when they were detained near the Syrian border.
They were suspected of terror-related activity but released without charge and booted back to Canada in mid-October.
Now, Mao has agreed to 19 conditions after appearing in a Brampton court. He agreed to surrender his passport, remain in Ontario, wear a GPS ankle bracelet, have limited Internet access and a number of other conditions.
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These included no smartphone, a weapons ban, and a curfew.
CBC said some of the details of the case are covered by a publication ban.
Mao is scheduled to appear in court again on Dec. 6.
Islamic State may shift operations to Southeast Asia: Malaysia
November 27, 2019
November 27, 2019 9:37 AM EST
Men suspected of being Islamic State (IS) fighters wait to be searched by members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces after leaving the IS group's last holdout of Baghouz, in Syria's northern Deir Ezzor province on Feb. 22, 2019. (BULENT KILIC/AFP via Getty Images)
KUALA LUMPUR — A Malaysian minister warned on Wednesday that the Islamic State militant group may shift its base of operations to Southeast Asia after the death of its leader, according to a media report.
Authorities in the region have said it will be a long battle to thwart the jihadist group’s ideology, even after Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed himself by detonating a suicide vest during a raid by U.S. special forces in northwest Syria in October.
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Malaysia will remain on guard against threats posed by fighters returning from abroad, online radicalisation and possible lone-wolf attacks, home minister Muhyiddin Yassin said at a meeting of ministers from members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Bangkok.
“We believe that al-Baghdadi’s death will open up another chapter in Daesh’s terror operation. After losing much of its territory in Syria and Iraq, Daesh is also looking for a new base,” Muhyiddin was quoted as saying by Malaysian news agency Bernama.
Daesh is the Arabic-language acronym for Islamic State and the name Malaysia commonly uses to refer to the group.
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Muhyiddin, whose ministry oversees the police force, said Malaysia had foiled 25 planned attacks by Islamic State in the country and arrested 512 people with suspected links to the group over the past six years.
Malaysia has been on high alert since January 2016, when gunmen allied with Islamic State carried out a series of attacks in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
Islamic State also claimed responsibility for a grenade attack on a bar in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur in June 2016 that wounded eight people. It was the first such strike on Malaysian soil.
Guelph man charged with terrorism offences
Postmedia News
December 6, 2019
December 6, 2019 5:03 PM EST
Ikar Mao, 22, of Guelph, has been charged with terrorism offences. COUCHSURFING
A Guelph man who the Mounties say hit the Islamic State highway with his new bride has been arrested for terrorism offences.
The RCMP said Friday that Ikar Mao has formally been charged with participating in the activities of a terrorist group and leaving Canada to join a terrorist group.
The 22-year-old has long been on the national security radar.
According to CBC News, Mao was at the very least an ISIS fanboy.
Turkish officials arrested Mao and his new bride near the Syrian border last summer.
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On his phone was an alleged treasure trove of ISIS propaganda, the Turkish authorities said, including death cult videos via encrypted messaging app Telegram. The couple also allegedly left letters for their family stating they planned to join ISIS.
Mao told counter-terrorism investigators the videos automatically appeared on his phone. The pair also denied wanting to join ISIS.
The couple were jailed for three months before being released.
They returned to Canada in October and claimed there were no plans to go to war-ravaged Syria.
Mao had been arrested on a terrorism peace bond in November with strict conditions. That changed Friday.
“I want to reassure the citizens of the Greater Toronto Area and all Canadians, that our primary focus is the safety and protection of the public at all times,” RCMP Chief Supt. Michael LeSage said in a news release.
Mao appeared in a Brampton court on Friday.

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