"I told them, 'Close her Twitter and Telegram,' but they said, 'No, it's the dating site she is on.'"This site wasn't Tinder or Ok Cupid, but rather, a dating site for devout Muslims. An armoured Islamic State vehicle is hit in Iraq, in this still image taken from an amateur video supplied by Kurdish Peshmerga and received by Reuters on April 29, 2016. ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. Amateur video/via REUTERS TV ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. "He told her about the big house she would have and the servants," the officer continued. he even sent her photos of the beautiful jewelry he would buy her for her wedding night." The daughter was stopped, but her story shows just how broad ISIS' use of technology is."Her case just shows you that even on dating sites ISIS is recruiting," the official said.
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