Already in 2013 nearly 100 women had traveled from Europe to Syria. Far more are in the country now.
They want to join the fight along with the male ISIS-terrorists.
But almost more dangerous, is the job the women, according to a new report, makes as cheerleaders, beside the men who torture, kill, rape and are attempting a genocide in the Middle East.
It appears in the report "Becoming Mulan? Female Western Migrants to ISIS ", produced by the think tank the Institute of Strategic Dialogue (ISD).
On social media, IS' women put out a mixture of food pictures, images and declarations of support for the terrorist group's brutal violence.
They glorify terrorist attacks, violence and the murder of journalist James Foley, who was beheaded in an IS-video last August.
"Their primary role, next to being wives and mothers, is to paint a picture to the outside world, of life under the militants. They do it through social media, by posting violent images together with pictures of their cooking, " the report says.
"The women's glorification of IS 'violence using their accounts on social media, is helping to spread IS' propaganda," said the report which is now referred to worldwide.
The terror group's latest propaganda, was when they earlier this month showed pictures of how they threw a man off a building, in front of a crowd, because he was gay. Meanwhile, a woman was stoned for allegedly having been cheating.
"Perhaps it is time that we participate soon?" Asks a woman named Umm Ubaydah in a post on social media, according to the report.
The IS-terrorists they devote their support to are attempting to create a caliphate, a Muslim kingdom ruled by one caliph. A daily life characterized by propaganda and strict sharia laws.
The report shows, among other things, an incident on December 8 last year. Ubaydah and a girlfriend living in Raqqah, IS' main town in Syria, and on this day they hear shots.
They are afraid. They think they are to be taken by the persons who fired the shots.
Ubaydah writes on social media, "who in Raqqah hear these shots? The sisters and I are worried. "
They are told that it is a false alarm.
Then she writes:
"Laaawl, the girls and I thought the Infidels were in town. I put on my belt and everything," she reportedly describing a suicide belt.
"Such statements suggest that if the IS-terrorists were removed, the ISIS cities like Raqqah would become overrun, women linked to IS are willing to join in the fighting and conduct suicide attacks," the report says.
"It may seem as they are ready to travel to the West to conduct attacks, if a (fast) change in the situation should happen."
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