Remember this story next time you read an account of an innocent ISIS wife. The only reason we know this German woman tied up a 5 -year-old girl & left her to die of thirst is because she blabbed to an informant and the Yazidi mother survived = rare

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  • Replying to @rcallimachi @_fl01

    What conclusions do think we can draw from this particular case when it comes to other cases? Apart from the general one that, yes, women can be heinous criminals just like men. Which is little use when it comes to questions of personal culpability or not of other IS women...

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  • Replying to @steffengassel @_fl01

    Takeaway for me is: Beware of ISIS women who claim they were merely housewives. This woman was a housewife and look at what she did. The caliphate is a black hole in terms of forensic evidence. Very easy for people to claim innocence.

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  • Replying to @rcallimachi

    This people are not human.. they are monsters..

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  • Replying to @UnadPr @rcallimachi

    Let's not go down that road. These are people who have made a very bad series of decisions; decisions influenced by war, famine, abuse, and terrible policy failures. This woman is an example of a society that has failed. We are all to blame.

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  • Replying to @G_Wilkins_MPPA @UnadPr @rcallimachi

    When I read the article I was struck by the fact that the woman on trial bought a five year old girl to be her slave. When she wet the bed they chained her up outside to die from the extreme heat. Some bad decisions are called murder.

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  • Replying to @KatyMissKaty @G_Wilkins_MPPA and 2 others

    This is so shocking I wept. To think there are people in our world so morally inept that they can actually excuse the enslavement and murder of a 5 year old girl

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  • Replying to @rcallimachi @sankrant

    This is a miserable world

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  • Replying to @NishkaK @rcallimachi @sankrant

    A "miserable world" and there being a lot of misery in the world are two completely different things. We are actually living in probably the most peaceful era... But there is a lot of misery in the world. It isn't a miserable world. So cheer up and work for the betterment of us.

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  • Replying to @rcallimachi

    Let her rot in prison till death

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  • Replying to @rcallimachi

    She should not be allowed to hide her identity.

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  • Replying to @MM_Ignorance @rcallimachi

    She literally informed on herself to an undercover agent how her husband & her chained a 5year old outside in the sun during scorching temperatures for wetting the bed and left her to die. forgive me if I have no sympathy towards slavers, child murderers & ISIS members.

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  • Replying to @MM_Ignorance @rcallimachi

    Her right to privacy during trial is only in Germany. It's not a right in my country, she would be rightfully named & shamed during trial, just like everyone else who's an adult and charged with a crime.

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  • Replying to @MM_Ignorance @JeffBrouwers @rcallimachi

    Oh no, poor little genocidal child murderer could be harassed all because she tortured a child enslaved by the group she was in. Once again the Corbynite left showing its true colours here.

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