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An Isis-supporting couple have been found guilty of preparing to launch a terror attack using a homemade bomb and chemical weapons in the UK.
Security services feared Munir Mohammed and Rowaida el-Hassan were ready to strike before they were detained in December 2016, with police saying a “significant loss of life” had been averted.
“In New York City, there are already way more single women than men,” she explained.
“Now, on top of it all, we’re not going to have the good old-fashioned flirtation and interaction men and women have had since the Stone Age due to men’s fears of being branded harassers.” Others dismiss the idea that heavy media coverage of prominent men brought down by accusations could hurt single women’s social lives in any way.
Jurors were told the pair had a “rapidly formed emotional attachment and a shared ideology” and were in regular contact on Whats App by spring 2016, meeting in a London park near El-Hassan’s home.
He pledged allegiance to the man, known as Abubakr Kurdi, and offered to participate in “a new job in the UK” – a phrase jurors were told referred to a terror attack.
At a time when many feel that real romance has suffered a major blow due to the explosion of dating apps with their illusion of unlimited companionship at a click, as well as proliferation of online pornography, some say there could be a downside for single women in today’s heightened — some might say hyper — focus on sexual harassment.
“When you put it all together, it’s the perfect storm,” said Leigh (name has been changed), 47, an Upper East Side financial analyst.
“I think there’s a lot of gray area because there’s a big difference between the way men and women think,” she added.
In general, single New York women want men to know that approaching us to express sincere romantic interest is still desired. “I’ve rejected a lot of guys based on how they said something,” said Brenda Thompson, 36, a hairstylist from the Bronx. ’ instead of, ‘Excuse me, miss, how’s your day going?