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Thursday, January 21, 2016
ISIS tells fighters told that raping women prisoners TEN TIMES will turn them Muslim
ISIS fighters are being told by their commanders to rape captive women TEN TIMES to turn them into Muslims.
A victim claims the horrifying order was written in a letter that she saw before she was passed around a group of jihadis.
The woman, who has not been identified, told the Sun: "Anyone who doesn't convert to Islam, we will kill the males and marry the girls."
The UN estimates that around 3,500 people – mostly women and children , many of them members of the minority Yazidi community - are being kept as sex slaves.
In it's online magazine Dabiq ISIS articulated the barbaric instruction.
It read: "Enslaving the families of the kuffar [unbelievers] and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Shariah [Islamic law] that if anyone were to deny or mock, he would be denying or mocking the verses of the Quran and the narrations of the Prophet."
The news comes after ISIS reportedly abducted 400 civilians including women and children to sell as sex slaves after an attack on a Syrian city.
ISIS terrorists also killed an estimated 300 people during their Saturday raid on the eastern city of Deir Ezzor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claim.
In a statement, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights group chief Rami Abdel Rahman said: "After their attack on Deir Ezzor, ISIS abducted at least 400 civilians from the residents of the Al-Baghaliyeh neighborhood it captured and adjacent areas in the northwest of the city.
"Those abducted, all of whom are Sunnis, include women, children and family members of pro-regime fighters."
ISIS is engaged in a bitter battle with troops loyal to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in the city.
It is feared that the terrorist group is close towards controlling the northern area of Deir Ezzor.
Syrian prime minister Wael al-Halaqi said that the attack and capture of civilians was a "barbaric and cowardly massacre".