Press TV reported that an Iraqi woman killed a top Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) commander in Mosul after he forced her into sex slavery.
Saeed Mamouzini, spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), relayed the information to local media. The man known as Abu Anas allegedly forced the woman to marry “his comrades.”
The report comes only days after ISIS “brought non-Iraqi women to Mosul” to use as sex slaves “following an order by the terrorist group’s leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.”
In early August, Kurdish official Said Mimousini claimed ISIS executed at least 19 females “who refused to have sex with fighters.” The executions allegedly took place on August 1 and 2, but have not been independently verified. However, ISIS slaughtered 150 females in December 2014 for this exact reason.
“At least 150 females, including pregnant women, were executed in Fallujah by a militant named Abu Anas Al-Libi after they refused to accept jihad marriage,” said Iraq’s Ministry of Human Rights. “Many families were also forced to migrate from the province’s northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats.”
Militants claim they adhere to a very conservative interpretation of Islam, yet they run brothels and keep sex slaves. They even allow women from the West to perform “sexual jihad” for the terrorists. A 2013 edict allows this behavior “to boost the morale of fighters.” Islamic State issued its own edict in June after conquering towns in Iraq. Jihadists established brothels filled with kidnapped females and placed British women in charge. One Yazidi sex slave begged the West to bomb the brothel at which she was held to end her suffering. A video in November showed militants laughing and joking about buying female Yazidi slaves.
Question 18: May a man use the al-‘azl [technique] with his female slave?
A: A man is allowed [to use] al-‘azl during intercourse with his female slave with or without her consent.
Question 19: Is it permissible to beat a female slave?
It is permissible to beat the female slave as a [form of] darb ta’deeb [disciplinary beating], [but] it is forbidden to [use] darb al-takseer [literally, breaking beating], [darb] al-tashaffi [beating for the purpose of achieving gratification], or [darb] al-ta’dheeb [torture beating]. Further, it is forbidden to hit the face.