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IN OMG! ON 14 Sep, 2015
You may have heard of shocking discoveries in old homes and shocking and terrifying accidents, and right when you thought these stories couldn't get any more spine-chilling, we bring to you another horrific incident. What Al-Qaeda is, everyone knows. Or at least, the grown-ups do. But here's one 'educated' teacher in 'British School' who seems to have lost his mind, or at least blinded by religion.
These words may sound harsh, but you'll see how soft they really are when you see what this person (read: animal) tried to influence little children with communalistic views. Read on to see what happened.
A teacher who appears to be from UK has been encouraging her young pupils to write to Al-Qaeda fighters in Syria, calling them "diamonds", "heroes" and "role models". The teacher proudly posted the letters - which feature childish decorations and finger paintings - on Twitter. They were addressed to Al-Qaeda affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra fighters, who are locked in a deadly battle with both ISIS and the Syrian regime.
This is what one letter reads: "We love you, you're strong and brave. When I was writing this letter my mommy was shouting at me, but it doesn't matter, I'm in my room and she can't see me. But I wonder, why do people (like mommy) not like you all mujahideen? One day, when Allah makes us mothers of sons, we will send them to become heroes like you. Do they think you are bad? I'm scared to ask? But it doesn't matter, I love you all very much, more than the whole world altogether."
You won't believe what another girl wrote: "One day, when Allah makes us mothers of sons, we will send them to become heroes like you." Another one called the jihadis "brothers", and wrote: "We love you, you're strong and brave. You are like diamonds among the stones." Here's another: "I think of you like heroes."
The guts of this 'teacher' is impeccable! She tweeted a request for replies to "encourage" the little girls, tagging others on Twitter. She mentioned in a tweet from July 6, that her family had moved from Afghanistan before she was born and mentions family members who are living in the UK.
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