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Tania Georgelas, now 33, said bigotry she experienced growing up in Harrow, London, fueled her hatred for the West and began her radicalization as a youth.'I faced a lot of racism,' she told The Atlantic in an interview released on Friday.'I was looking for a way to retaliate, and I wanted honor again.'The road led her to her ex-husband John Georgelas, an American-born convert to Islam with whom she has four children, and eventually to Syria.'I saw the towers being crashed into and I went to school the next day,' she recalled.'I said to my friend: "Oh isn't it dreadful what happened? "''At that point I became really jihadi hardcore,' she said.
Tania was was heavily pregnant when the pair wed in a civil ceremony in October at the Gothic town hall in Rochdale, England.
Her family believes it was here that she fell under the influence of a group of ultra-conservative Algerian students, after which she began wearing a full-body veil and espousing the views of gender segregation.
Tania herself traces her radicalisation to the fall of the Twin Towers in 2011, when she was aged 17.
Within days, Tania and the children became ill with vomiting bugs and infections.
Weeks later, in September, Tania convinced John to take her back to Turkey.
The pair then moved back to Texas where George was jailed in 2006 for providing IT assistance to jihadi websites.