VIDEO: Woman Secretly Films Abuse Women Suffer Under ISIS In Syria

A woman in a Syrian province secretly took some video of how women are being treated by the ISIS terrorists who have taken over their town and it isn’t pretty.

The video appeared on French TV, which is interesting itself in that France has practically bowed to it’s invading hordes of Muslims allowing them to do whatever they want anywhere in the country without having French law affect them in the least.

French television on Thursday aired video footage secretly shot by a Syrian woman currently living in the Islamic State-controlled territory within Syria.

In the footage, the woman describes life in Raqqa, the northern Syrian province where IS militants have established an administrative capital.

The segment, which originally aired on France 2 television, shows the woman being accosted by IS “modesty police” who admonished her for “showing part of her face.”

Another part of the clip shows veiled French women in a secret Internet café conversing with their worried loved ones back home.

And… where are the feminists in the west to decry this stuff? Oh, yeah, they are all worked up over the non-existent “Republican war on women.” I forgot.

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