What the ISIS leader's first video in five years really tells us.
Tooba Gondal, a notorious British female ISIS recruiter and propagandist, is alive in a camp in Syria—and wants to return to Britain with her two young children.
When captured British jihadists are asked what they miss most about home, they usually have the same answer.
Earlier this month the so-called Islamic State released a video of a three-year-old boy shooting a defenceless man to death.
The story of Tooba Gondal's transformation into Umm Muthanna al-Britannia, in her own words.
In Trinidad, I met the father of two children who were abducted and taken to Syria.
Umm Muthanna forlod sit vestlige liv i Storbritannien og sluttede sig til Islamisk Stat. Nu spreder hun propaganda og rekrutterer over nettet.
Umm Muthanna al-Britannia has documented her defection to the "Islamic State" on social media. From ISIS controlled territory in Syria, she recently tweeted, "I came here to die. I will not leave till I get what I came here for..."
Banning contemptible viewpoints isn't going to stop anyone from having them. In fact, it may provoke a further hardening of those beliefs, and perhaps even a violent reassertion of them by their adherents.