Shariah Law and Honor Killings
Woman ‘Honor Killed’ by Own Father, Islamic State Militants in Syria
October 22, 2014 — Breitbart.com reports: “A video has surfaced showing what is believed to be Islamic State militants stoning a woman to death after accusing her of committing adultery.
The ‘honor killing’ was shockingly led by the woman’s father. The woman is heard begging her father to spare her life, but he tells her that he’d rather please Allah instead, before initiating the stoning himself. Right before executing his daughter, the man responded to her pleas by saying, ‘Don’t call me father,’ before committing the barbaric act of savagery.
An Islamic State jihadi added that she should be ‘content and happy’ about her punishment, because Allah had sanctioned such a disciplinary measure. He then asks if the woman is ready to ‘submit to Allah,’ before tying her up and dragging the woman into a pit. After she has been rendered defenseless, the Islamic State militants, who are known for their cowardly tactics, then begin stoning the woman to death…”
ISIS Magazine: Islam Calls for Sexual Slavery
October 13, 2014 — Israel National News reports: “The brutal jihadist Islamic State (ISIS) terror group that has seized large portions of Iraq and Syria in recent months released the fourth edition of its English-language digital magazine ‘Dabiq’ on Sunday, in which it encourages taking women as sex slaves as part of Islam.
In the article in question from the digital publication, entitled ‘The revival (of) slavery before the Hour’ – a reference to Judgment Day – the group outright calls for the sexual enslavement of non-Muslim women, particularly from the Kurdish Yazidi ethnic minority.
‘One should remember that enslaving the families of the kuffar – the infidels – and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Shariah, or Islamic law,’ wrote ISIS in the article, reports CNN.
Harrowing reports have surfaced of the endless rape and torture being imposed on Yazidi women and girls, with many opting for mass-suicide after the brutalities.
The article comes out in time for the release of a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on ISIS crimes against the Yazidis in Iraq, which is based on interview with 76 displaced persons.
‘The Islamic State’s litany of horrific crimes against the Yazidis in Iraq only keeps growing,’ said HRW special adviser Fred Abrahams. ‘We heard shocking stories of forced religious conversions, forced marriage, and even sexual assault and slavery – and some of the victims were children.’
In fact, ISIS is not unique in its use of sexual assault and slavery against its enemies.
Deputy to the Chief Mufti (Islamic scholar) of Syria, who is loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime that ISIS is fighting against, in early January gave Syrian soldiers religious permission to rape so as to take revenge on Syrian rebels…” (“Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God” – I Corinthians 6:9 – 11. See the next report.)
Whippings, Forced Marriages, and Beheadings: Inside ISIS’s ‘Morality Police’
October 9, 2014 — Breitbart.com reports: “A Syrian woman who joined the ISIS morality police and patrolled the streets enforcing strict Islamic State female dress codes has spoken of her experiences after finding the country too much to handle, having witnessed crucifixions and beheadings and being forced into an arranged marriage.
The 25 year-old woman, who has only been identified by pseudonym ‘Khadija’ has spoken to CNN while dressed in a full veiled niqab to hide her face has told the network about life in Raqqa. As a member of the al-Khansaa brigade she was charged with enforcing the morality of the Islamic regime, and patrolled the streets while heavily armed to ensure compliance.
Speaking of the punishment for dissent, she said: ‘We’d patrol the streets. If we saw a woman who was not wearing the correct sharia clothing, we would grab her. Sometimes, they would be lashed’…”