In this study of Daesh; despite promoting male supremacy and enforcing a sexist example of social radicalization, an attempt has been made to identify a pattern of recruitment by examining how they have succeeded in gaining women members with the help of the chat rooms and an effective use of social media. There is also a stark possibility of specific strategies targeted toward the recruitment of women. This study also reveals a number of questions and problems, depending on the nature of the objective relationships existing between the strategies of collecting elements of a terrorist organization and the potential for participation in such organizations. All of this is thought to be a potential warning from security policy specialists that they often fall victim to the fact that terrorist women are less dangerous than men with positive discrimination.
DAESH, women, terrorism, violence, recruitment