ISIS religious leaders issue sick guide on how to ‘properly’ rape women sex slaves

ISLAMIC STATE leaders have issued a sickening ‘dos and don’t’ guide using old Islamic teachings to JUSTIFY the rape of young women captured as sex slaves.

ISIS theologians have revealed an extremely detailed ruling on when "owners" of women enslaved by the terror group can have sex with them in a sickening attempt to 'codify' when it is acceptable to rape.

The special 'fatwa' has the force of ISIS law behind it and reveals an incredibly meticulous debate on how to justify the brutal rape of captured women.
In the fatwa, enslaved women and children are called “one of the graces which Allah have bestowed” upon the Islamic State.

The guide goes far beyond what ISIS have previously discussed on slavery and sheds new light on how the group, also called Daesh, is desperately trying to reinterpret ancient teachings to justify its cruel regime across Syria and Iraq.

The fatwa was among a huge trove of documents captured by US Special Operations Forces during a raid targeting a top ISISe official in Syria in May.

The document, issued by ISIS' Committee of Research and Fatwa, reveals a frantic bid to curb "violations" in treatment of captured females - as the systematic rape of women appears to have spiralled out of control in ISIS-controlled areas.

Daesh has even established a department of "war spoils" to regulate and manage slavery.

The fatwa starts with the question: "Some of the brothers have committed violations in the matter of the treatment of the female slaves. These violations are not permitted by Sharia law because these rules have not been dealt with in ages. Are there any warnings pertaining to this matter?"

The ISIS theologians then list 15 injunctions, which in some instances go into explicit detail.
Among the fatwa's injunctions are bans on a father and son having sex with the same female slave; and the owner of a mother and daughter having sex with both.

Sexual contact with a pregnant captive carrying a child is also forbidden, with the document stressing that “it’s not permissible to cause her to abort if she’s pregnant".

One ruling states: "If the owner of a female captive, who has a daughter suitable for intercourse, has sexual relations with the latter, he is not permitted to have intercourse with her mother and she is permanently off limits to him.

“Should he have intercourse with her mother then he is not permitted to have intercourse with her daughter and she is to be off limits to him."

Cole Bunzel, a leading IS expert at Princeton University, said the fatwa "reveals the actual concerns of IS slave owners".

He added: "It doesn't mean father and son were necessarily sharing a girl. They're at least being 'warned' not to. But I bet some of these violations were being committed."

The fatwa also instructs owners of female slaves to "show compassion toward her, be kind to her, not humiliate her, and not assign her work she is unable to perform."
An owner should also not sell her to an individual whom he knows will mistreat her.

Professor Abdel Fattah Alawari, dean of Islamic Theology at Al-Azhar University, an historic Egyptian center for Islamic teachings, said the special ruling was deliberately misreading centuries-old verses and sayings that were originally designed to end, rather than encourage, slavery.

He said: "Islam preaches freedom to slaves, not slavery. Slavery was the status quo when Islam came around.

"Judaism, Christianity, Greek, Roman, and Persian civilizations all practiced it and took the females of their enemies as sex slaves. So Islam found this abhorrent practice and worked to gradually remove it.”

According to the United Nations, the jihadist group have abducted thousands of women and girls as young as 12 years old, selling them as sex slaves or giving them to militants as rewards.

In April, Human Rights Watch interviewed 20 female escapees who recalled how Daesh fighters separated young women and girls from men and boys and older women.

They were moved "in an organized and methodical fashion to various places in Iraq and Syria."
The 'slaves' were then sold or given as gifts and repeatedly raped or subjected to sexual violence.

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