Amira Abase, 16, made the sickening comment as she texted an undercover reporter who was posing as another British teenager planning to run away to the war-ravaged country.
Abul Taher pretended to be a 16-year-old girl wanting to head to Syria to fight for Isis.
Told of the minute’s silence across Britain in memory of the victims, she simply said: “Looooool”. All they talk about is the bomber.
“Why lol? Them tourists were innocent, or am I confused?” the reporter wrote, to which she replied: “Research”.
Other messages show that she does miss certain aspects of life in the United Kingdom including her family and the ability to go to Westfield shopping centre.
She said: “U miss it but u get over it because u leave everything for the sake of Allah and Allah replaces all that with something better”.
She, Shamima Begum and Kadiza Sultana are understood to have undergone a four-month training programme in the Isis stronghold of Raqqa to prepare for “special missions”.
Members of the girls’ families, who appeared before a committee of MPs in March, claimed they were normal teenagers who watched shows including Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The newspaper did not identify which two of the three had got married at the families’ request.
In an online conversation with the reporter, the ex- Bethnal Green Academy pupil appeared to know little about the recent attack by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui in Sousse.
“It has caused a lot of distress. It erodes significantly hopes that they will come back“, he added.
The schoolgirls told their families that they have been separated and are living apart in and around Raqqa, Syria, which ISIS has adopted as its brutal capital.
The two girls, who have not been named, reportedly chose their 20-something husbands from a list of candidates, they told their families over the phone and via social media.
United Kingdom police appealed for help Friday, February 20, 2015, to find three teenage girls who are missing from their homes in London and are believed to be making their way to Syria.