Re: IsisNov 15th, 2019
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.