Friday, 7 August 2015

ISIS Executing woman 

According to Kurdistan Democratic Party, Islamic State (ISIS) militants executed 19 women in Mosul, Iraq for refusing to have sex with the group’s fighters.

The penalty decision came on the background of the refusal to participate in the practice of sexual jihad.

Over a year ago, when the IS took over the city of Mosul, the group demanded that people handover their unmarried daughters for fighters.

“We call upon the people of this county to bring their unmarried girls so they can fulfill their duty in sex jihad for their warrior brothers in the city and anyone who will not appear will feel the full force of the Sharia upon him.”

‘Sexual jihad’, a term coined by the group refers to the practice of women offering themselves sexually to fighters in order to lift their morale to continue the fight for the establishment of the Islamic state.

The Kurdish Democratic Party spokesperson also revealed that the ranks of IS have undergone divisions in Mosul due to conflicts over the issue of money distribution and women.


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