Isis opens ‘marriage bureau’, offers honeymoons across Iraq and Syria

Tuesday 29 July 2014 15:00
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The Islamic state has reportedly opened a “marriage bureau” for single women who wish to wed fighters in Iraq and Syria.

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, citing local sources, told AFP that a matchmaking service is up-and-running in Aleppo, northern Syria. Women provide their details and then jihadists will "come knocking at their door and officially ask for marriage".

They are also reportedly offering honeymoon tours across Syria in Iraq which sound equally dangerous as romantic.

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