ISIS Claims Forced Sex With Yazidi Girls Is Never Rape Because Koran Condones It


ISIS Claims Forced Sex With Yazidi Girls Is Never Rape Because Koran Condones It

In the latest issue of Isis propaganda magazine Dabiq, under the headline: “Slave-girls or prostitutes?”, the author writes that it is never rape to rape a slave because it is an Islamic practice inspired by the Prophet himself.

The article is written by “Umm Sumayyah al-Muhajirah”, a jihadi bride whose husband took a Yazidi girl as a slave.

The delusional writer claims that taking slaves, such as captured Yazidi women and girls, through war (“saby”) is a “great prophetic Sunnah [teachings of Mohamed] containing many divine wisdoms and religious benefits”.

Praising Isis' slave markets, where girls as young as eight are sold into sex slavery, she attempts to insult First Lady Michelle Obama by claiming that no one would pay a "third of a dinar" for her.

Umm Sumayyah, in classic victim blaming fashion, puts reports of horrific abuse at the hands of ISIS fighters down to “devious and wicked slave girls” who “made up lies and wrote false stories”.

A United Nations envoy who interviewed dozens of sexual abuse victims in the region reported that ISIS is using mass-scale and systematic sexual violence as a “terrorist” tactic to spread fear.

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