- Free Our Sisters social media page promotes jailed female extremists
- Encourages people to write letters and make cards to send to jailed jihadis
- Page lauds bomb makers and notorious female jihadis with online tributes
An online forum used by female Muslim extremists to recruit others to their cause with pictures of a 9/11 Osama Bin Laden cake and glitter-covered birthday cards sent to notorious jihadi supporters of terror has been uncovered.
The Free Our Sisters network across several social media platforms are a hotbed for extremism, filled with propaganda posters and homemade letters decorated in love hearts and glitter for jailed Muslim prisoners involving in terror cases.
One disturbing image shows the homemade cake with a large toy plane crashed into the chocolate coated icing with a carefully decorated stencil of Bin Laden on the other side of the dessert.
One disturbing image shows a homemade cake which celebrates the horrific terror attacks of 9/11
Another post includes a lengthy letter from the daughter of the radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri to her hook-handed father, who is currently serving life in prison without parole.
Other terrorist recruiters and bomb-makers are lauded on the account, which also includes photographs of young children wearing full veils and holding placards in support of radical prisoners.
The group's disturbing promotion of jihadism was revealed after a lengthy investigation by The Sunday Times.
Despite the radical content, the social media profiles of the jihadist equivalent of Mumsnet have yet to be suspended and were still actively posting vile slogans and posters this morning.
The pages appears to be a hotbed for jihadism, filled with striking propaganda posters and homemade letters decorated in lovehearts and gitter for jailed Muslim prisoners
Despite their radical content, the social media profiles of the jihadist equivalent of Mumsnet have yet to be suspended and were actively posting vile slogans and posters this morning
Many of the postings are reflective of Free Our Sisters' motive: 'Jannah is the motive.'
Jannah is the Arabic word for paradise and the motive refers to the idea that when a Muslim achieves martyrdom they become greenbirds in paradise.
One of the female extremists promoted on the page is Coleen LaRose, dubbed 'Jihadi Jane'.
The 52-year-old American convert was jailed in 2014 for conspiring to murder Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, who drew a controversial cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad as a dog.
One of the female extremists promoted on the page is Coleen LaRose, nicknamed by the media 'Jihadi Jane'
One alleged member of the group even tried to send an Eid card to the Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 22, who is on death row
LaRose is described on the Free Our Sisters page as a woman who 'wanted to repay a Muhammad cartoon with murder'.
Another one of the letters posted on social media is addressed to Sumayyah, the nom de guerre for Jamie Paulin Ramirez, who was given eight years for providing material support to terrorists.
One alleged member of the group even tried to send an Eid card to the Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 22, who is on death row.
The card never made it to Tsarnaev, who killed three people and injured 280 others in 2013. It was returned to the sender, who tweeted the card with the emoji of a crying face.