ISIS: “Rape” of Women and Children Is “Permissable” “Immediately After Taking Possession”

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ISIS has issued a terrifying pamphlet advising fighters on how to treat their sex slaves. They can beat them, just not on the face. They can immediately rape any nonbeliever. It also justifies child rape.

It’s a simple question and answer format and was translated by the Middle East Research Institute.

Some points from the guide:

The rules then state that it’s alright to rape a slave “immediately after taking possession of her” and that it is “permissible to have intercourse with the female slave who hasn’t reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse.”

“It is permissible to beat the female slave as a form of darb ta’deeb [disciplinary beating], but it is forbidden to use darb al-takseer [literally, breaking beating], [darb] al-tashaffi [beating for the purpose of achieving gratification], or [darb] al-ta’dheeb [torture beating]. Further, it is forbidden to hit the face.”

A male or female slave’s running away [from their master] is among the gravest of sins…”

The IS price list for slaves ranks the cost of a woman by age, so while a woman aged 40-50 would sell for just 50,000 dinars or $43, a girl aged 10-20 would be worth 150,000 dinars ($125) and a child under nine would sell for 200,000 dinars ($166).

It’s impossible for a Christian to live under ISIS, “all of them have had to flee”, Anglican minister Andrew White told one interviewer recently.

Andrew White was ordered to leave Baghdad recently by the Archbishop of Canterbury because he was targeted for a brutal death. The minister has lived through the cruelty and the persecution of innocents in Iraq and Syria directed at Christians. No one is spared.

In the video, he tells the tragic, emotional story of Christian children, all under the age of 15.

They were told by their ISIS persecutors to convert or be killed.

Their response?
 “No, We Love Yeshua (Jesus).”

The children are talked about towards the end of the tape:

video via Orthodox Christian Network and Barbara Samuels

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