ISIS Brutally Rapes Christian Mother and Daughter For Not Paying the Jizya Tax
There is a constant refrain from liberals that Islam is a “religion of peace”, and that only extremists are responsible for the acts of terror. They somehow must be managing to miss the atrocities that are so commonplace in the Middle East, such as the horrific story out of Mosul of the ISIS raping a mother and daughter for not paying the Jizya tax.
Dr. Sallama Al Khafaji, a member of the Iraq High Commission for Human Rights, told AINA that on Saturday, June 21 ISIS began demanding a poll tax (jizya) from Christians in Mosul (AINA 2014-06-21). In one instance, ISIS members entered the home of an Assyrian family in Mosul and demanded the poll tax (jizya). When the Assyrian family said they did not have the money, three ISIS members raped the mother and daughter in front of the husband and father. The husband and father was so traumatized that he committed suicide.
“The Christians have told me that they cannot pay this tax,” said Dr. Al-Khafaji, “and they say ‘what am I to do, shall I kill myself?’”
According to the Arabic language website Alghadeer, four Christian women were shot and killed by ISIS members because they were not wearing veils. AINA has not confirmed this and this website is known to be administered by Shiites.
But, you know, ignore stories like this, or of women being stoned to death for daring to marry someone their father didn’t approve of, or being shot in the face for trying to go to school. Islam is totally a religion of peace, and the real war on women is here in the United States. Right.
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