Female jihadists 'drawn in online'
Up to 550 women from western Europe have gone to join Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, independent think-tank The Institute for Strategic Dialogue has said.
It is thought to be the first in-depth study of female jihadists.
The BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner spoke to one woman who works with the British government to tackle the growing problem.
She wants to remain anonymous.
28 Jan 2015
- From the section UK