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ISIS (Daesh) issues guide for raising jihadi babies

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2466D36400000578-2895998-image-m-8_1420365530973The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also known as Daesh, has released a guide for mothers on how to raise a jihadi baby.

According to reports, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) unearthed the guide on jihadi websites which is believed to be issued by ISIS or its followers.

The guide, titled “Sister’s Role in Jihad”, recommends showing children jihadi websites, reading tales of jihad at bedtime, and encourages sports such as darts to improve their aim.

Indoctrinating children with the militant group’s values is the most important way women can contribute, the guide says, urging the mothers not to wait until their children are seven to start, insisting that it may be too late by then.

“Don’t underestimate the lasting effect of what those little ears and eyes take in during the first few years of life!” the guide says.

This comes as two young toddlers were snatched from their mother after returning from the war-torn Syria.

According to the Mail Online, the decision by the authorities was taken amid fears that the children were radicalized.

The young kids were taken into police protection at Luton airport last week after travelling to the U.K. from Istanbul with their 25-year-old mother.

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