Michael Coren & Athar Khan – Sex slaves in Islam

by 1389 on December 12, 2014

in 1389 (blog admin), forced marriage, human trafficking, Islamic State (of Iraq and ash-Sham/Levant/ISIS/ISIL/Daesh), sex offenses, Shari'a

Michael Coren and Athar Khan fail to acknowledge that the problem is deeply rooted Islamic doctrine itself. Islamic jurisprudence (shari’a law) has been frozen for many centuries, and therefore it cannot evolve into a more civilized treatment of women.

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Published on Dec 10, 2014 by AlohaSnackbar01
The Islamic State (ISIS) has released a chilling list of dos and don’ts instructing its followers on how to treat the thousands of Yazidi sex slaves held in the terror group’s prison-brothels.

The list tries to answer all doubts that a possible ‘master’ may have on how to treat his slave. According to the document, slave women are known as al-Sabi by ISIS militants, and can only be taken from ‘ahl al-harb’ – any group of people with which the terror groups considers itself at war.

In the list of the 27 questions recorded by the group, ISIS has given answers to questions such as; ‘Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive immediately after taking possession?’, and ‘If the female captive was impregnated by her owner, can he then sell her?’.

The rape of a female captive, the document explains, is perfectly acceptable even for married men. It then uses a passage from the Koran, which says Allah rewards “Muslims who are chaste with everybody other their wives and those their right hands possess”.

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