Records show that Australian, British, and Malaysian women travel to Iraq and Syria to participate in jihad al-nikah, or sexual jihad, for the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists. They intend to become comfort women for the jihadists as the men continue to establish a Caliphate in Iraq and Syria.
“These women are believed to have offered themselves in sexual comfort roles to ISIS fighters who are attempting to establish Islamic rule in the Middle East,” said one source in Malaysia, adding, “This concept may seem controversial but it has arisen as certain Muslim women here are showing sympathy for the ISIS struggle.”
“Checks with our foreign counterparts and intelligence disseminated reveal that there may be up to 50 Malaysians in the Middle East,” he said.
The official shared information with Britain and Australia. Numbers from those countries show hundreds of men fight with ISIS, but also women who left because of sexual jihad.
“This figure also includes British Muslim women who are not fighting on the front line, but are still involved by performing sexual jihad,” said the source. “Australian intelligence officials have revealed that more than 100 Australian Muslims are in Syria fighting alongside ISIS.”
In 2013, a Wahhabi edict asked Sunni women to offer themselves as comfort women “to boost the morale of fighters” in Syria who fight against President Bashar al-Assad. Many women from Tunisia traveled to Syria in the name of sexual jihad after the fatwas were issued. Wahhabi is a conservative school of Islam, but there are a few who view jihad al-nikah as a legitimate form of holy war. Some of the fatwas on the Internet called on women as young as 14-years-old to help those fighting the war.
ISIS, who identify with Wahhabi, executed its own sexual jihad edict in June after the terrorists took over Mosul, Iraq. Unfortunately, many of the women were forced into the sexual jihad against their will. The terrorists demanded residents bring all unmarried girls to perform their duty in jihad by providing sex to the militants.
Posters read, “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 [Islamic law] upon him.”
Four women committed suicide after ISIS terrorists raped them. Also, two Iraqi girls provided testimony after men raped them. The terrorists attacked their house, killed the men inside, and took turns raping the two young girls. They claimed it was legitimate in the name of sexual jihad.