Germans Say 16-Year-Old German Girl Who Married Internet Arab and Joined ISIS Should be Forgiven

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 27, 2017

Before ISIS

After ISIS

One thing that this feminist culture seems to not understand is that when you don’t punish people for doing crimes, it makes other people more likely to do those things because they won’t be punished for doing them.

That is why people support the death penalty. It’s not about revenge.

That said, I think this girl should get the punishment that any other female ISIS fighter gets – which I assume is a brutal gang-rape followed by stoning.


Residents of the hometown of a 16-year-old German girl who was detained in Iraq recently and is suspected of joining Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) say they are ready to welcome her back, adding that she deserves “a second chance.”

The girl is 16 and got into this mess apparently at about 15, or 14 and a half, via the internet or whatever. I believe she should return. Everyone has a right to make a mistake and everyone should be given a second chance at least once,” Peter Haag told Ruptly video news agency. Haag is a resident of the German eastern town of Pulsnitz, where the girl, identified only as Linda W., lived before traveling to Iraq to join Islamic State.

“I imagine being her grandmother or great grandmother, and I find it terrible that a child goes down such a road. I hope she will be found and will live another life someday,” Erika Johne, another local resident, told Ruptly.

Peter Haag and Erika Johne should be sent to Iraq and get whatever punishment other ISIS supporters get, in my opinion.

Just my opinion.

Some local residents even staged a small demonstration in front of the city hall in support of the girl. They also sought to draw attention to the lack of care and support for children that leaves them vulnerable to extremist propaganda.

The activists unfolded a large banner in front of the city hall that read: “Devotion, education, identity for our children instead of unfettered consumption and entertainment.” Another banner that was hung on a nearby fence read: “Devotion, education, identity: protect our children from extremism!”

A demonstration!

The Germans staged a demonstration in support of an ISIS bride!

What sort of a country is this???

If one generalizes the case of Linda, one has to admit that young people in our country are not capable of defending themselves against extremist ideology anymore due to the a lack of personal experience and identity,” Carsten Meissner, one of the activists behind the demonstration, said. Meissner added that such situations particularly lead to cases in which “a 15-year-old is ready to fight in a so-called holy war.”

“I blame several social institutions, including the institutions of family, school and church, for Linda going down the wrong path,” he added.

Yeah, you might be onto something there with that “identity” thing there, Carsten.

Maybe you should think for another minute about what might have created such a situation.

Where an entire nation has no identity.

Linda W. was detained by the Iraqi military in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul days after its liberation from Islamic State alongside 19 other women suspected of fighting for the terrorist group. Three Iraqi intelligence and investigative officials, who spoke to AP on condition of anonymity, said she had worked with an Islamic State police department. She also married an IS fighter, according to the Iraqi officials.

Before fleeing to Iraq, Linda W. is said to have been in touch with IS members in online chatrooms.

On June 23, Linda W. gave an interview to an Iraqi TV reporter, who works together with the German NDR and WDR broadcasters as well as Suedeutsche Zeitung, and said that she “just wants to run away from war, from all these weapons and noise.”

She also said she misses her family and “wants to go home,” the ARD, a consortium of German public broadcasters that includes NDR and WDR, reports.

In the meantime, the German Foreign Ministry said that the teenager’s future is still unclear as there is no extradition agreement between Germany and Iraq. The two sides are now “discussing the possible cooperation options,” the ministry’s spokeswoman said on Monday.

If convicted on terrorist charges, she could face capital punishment in Iraq, according to Der Spiegel.


If there is any justice in the world, she will be gang-raped and stoned to death and the video will be posted on LiveLeak.

And we will spam it everywhere.

These fucking filthy whores need to learn that actions have consequences. We have spent a generation teaching them that they don’t. If this stupid bitch understood that they did not, and thought it would be really fun times to have a sex romp with monkeys in monkeyville, well then, that’s a really sad story. Sorry though, I lost my tiny violin – so I can’t play it for her.

More important to me is that other girls learn this lesson.

And maybe some of them will decide not to be such filthy whores.