Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The depravity of "sex jihad" or “jihad al-nikah”

The cult of islam.

Tunisian girls can't get enough sex  in Tunisia so they travel all the way to Syria to prostitute themselves to jihadis fighting to topple the Assad regime and come back pregnant with little jihadis in their wombs and AIDs in their bodies.  

In Syria, fathers force their young teenage daughters into the depravity and if you make sense of the English translation in the 2nd vid below, I think the girl is implying that her father too raped her when she fell unconscious.  Sick, sick, sick is the cult of islam and I just don't understand how anybody can still continue to call it "religion" and accept it as a "religion."  Disgusting, dirty, murderous cult.  Nothing but.  I have re-posted that vid again today because when I  watched it a second time I surmised that not only was the father prostituting his daughter to the terrorists, he was raping her himself and prostituting his wife as well.  Totally, totally sick.  If this is pro-Assad propaganda (you never know, anything is possible with the muslim bastards, they are all alike) then it's done really very, very well and looks and sounds very genuine and authentic.

Wish someone could translate the third video with English captions...that's a story that would be worth listening to.

Nadia Massih writing at DailyStar:
....The Tunisian Interior Ministry said   the practice of women traveling to Syria for sex jihad had now been completely halted, following controversial accusations last week that the government was “doing nothing” to tackle the phenomenon.
An Interior Ministry spokesman told The Daily Star Tuesday that “trafficking networks” to the war-torn country had been shut down and dozens arrested over the issue in the five days since the interior minister made the comments.
The statement comes in the wake of a media storm over the role of so-called “jihad al-nikah,” where women have extramarital sex with multiple partners to advance the goals of holy war – a permissible practice according to some extremist Islamist doctrine.
Tunisia’s Interior Minister Lotfi Ben Jeddou told Parliament last Thursday that Tunisian women were engaging in such activities with rebels who are engaged in a prolonged struggle to oust President Bashar Assad from power in Syria.

“They have sexual relations with 20, 30, 100 militants and they come back bearing the fruits of sexual contact in the name of sex jihad,” he said at the time. “We are silent, doing nothing and standing idle.”

However, speaking to The Daily Star, the minister’s spokesman Mohammad Ali al-Aroui said after a major crackdown at the country’s borders, the movement of women looking to undertake sex jihad had completely halted.

“This trend has now totally stopped thanks to the government efforts in reinforcing the checkups of people who wish to leave Tunisia by improving both our land and air border controls,” he said by phone, emphasizing that only “tens” of women had taken up the cause.

He added that “trafficking networks” responsible for organizing the journey to Syria’s border with Turkey had been “disbanded” and that 82 smugglers had been arrested.

Some traffickers had been operating in exchange for money, he said, while others were motivated by jihadist ideology.

The phenomenon of jihad al-nikah appeared to gain traction in Tunisia following a fatwa, or religious edict, issued by a Saudi cleric in March.

Sheikh Mohammad al-Arifi had called on girls aged 14 and up to take up the cause of sex jihad in Syria through temporary marriage contracts and provide support to rebel forces. He has since retracted the comments, according to pan-Arab Al-Hayat newspaper.

Aroui, the government spokesman, was adamant that the women journeying to Syria were doing so of their own free will.

“No one can leave Tunisia forcefully. Those girls chose to leave for jihadist ideology, like it happens everywhere else,” he said...........

Tunisian women have travelled to Syria to wage "sex jihad"    by comforting Islamist fighters battling the regime there, Interior Minister Lotfi ben Jeddou has told MPs.
"They have sexual relations with 20, 30, 100" militants, the minister told members of the National Constituent Assembly on Thursday.
"After the sexual liaisons they have there in the name of 'jihad al-nikah' -- (sexual holy war, in Arabic) -- they come home pregnant," Ben Jeddou told the MPs.
He did not elaborate on how many Tunisian women had returned to the country pregnant with the children of jihadist fighters.
Jihad al-nikah, permitting extramarital sexual relations with multiple partners, is considered by some hardline Sunni Muslim Salafists as a legitimate form of holy war.....

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