ISIS Issues Mandate To Single Mosul Women: “Mujahideen Have Right To Rape You”


I’m sure life is already not very easy for single Mosul women but a recent letter was released saying that the unmarried women are required to ‘fulfill their duty’ by coming forward and reward the Mujahideen with sex for helping the Ninevah province.

ISIS letter

Translation courtesy of a friend from Kurdistan… (entire letter is SIC)

In the name of Allah the mercyful

Now that the liberation of the Nineveh province by the mujahideen is a fact, the mujahideen feel the warm welcoming by their brothers and sisters in the province of Nineveh. Following the defeat of the sectarian army, god willing, we vow that this province will remain safe and protected by the mujahideen.

Therefor, we ask all the people of this province to bring forward unmarried women so they fulfill their duty of pleasing their brothers, the mujahideen. Who ever fails to comply, shall face consequences imposed by the sharia law.

June 13th
Nineveh province

This letter has been circulating the Internet today — allegedly issued by ISIS in Mosul.

If the single women don’t come forward they will face consequences imposed by Sharia law? UN and ‘women’s rights’ groups remain silent on countries who allow laws that encourage sex slavery by forced prostitution. I’m grateful to be an American single woman, not one under Sharia law.

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