Sadism and devotion – Females on Jihad

Written by Sabine Küper on . Posted in Footprints

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  • IS-Propaganda Pic. A member of the al-Khanssaa brigade. They have the freedon to tantalise other women.
  • Hundreds of women join the IS as wifes and female mujaheddin
  • Selfie of members of the al-Khanssaa brigade
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  • A woman believed to be a British medical student who left the UK in order to join ISIS has posted an image on social media of herself holding a severed head. On Twitter she is Mujahidah Bint Usama and claims to be a doctor for the terror group based in Raqqa, Syria.
  • Women on the streets of Raqqa pass a billboard ordering women to dress like this
  • Sally Jones was part of a rock band in the 1990th, today she is part of the al Khanassa brigade. On Twitter she claimes, she wants to behead Christians with a blunt knive
  • Sally Jones husband: British computer hacker-turned jihadi Junaid Hussain pictured online posing with a scarf over his face and a rifle in his hands. He's one of the suspects for the murder of James Foley.
  • On Twitter Sally Jone calls herself Umm Hussain Al Britani
  • A key figure in the al-Khanssaa brigade, according to researchers at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR), is Aqsa Mahmood, a 20-year-old woman from Glasgow who fled to Syria in November 2013
  • On Twitter Aqşa Mahmood is Umm Layth
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They are devoted wifes and cruel Sadists at the same time. The al-Khanssaa brigade is a female-only militia set up by the Islamic State in Raqqa, Syria. It is an all-female group of jihadists who are charged with punishing ‘un-Islamic’ behaviour by women in Raqqa.

The members of the brigade controll the dress code on the streets and are allowed to take women into custody. They are feared for their lack of pity and their cruelty. They glorify violence and approve and control the slavery of other women.

The name likely derives from Al-Khansa, a famous 7th-century female poet and contemporary of the Prophet Muhammad who converted to Islam and wrote elegies for his brothers, father and children after they were killed in battle.

According to the British “Mirror” members of the brigade, which is thought to be led by British extremists, were reported to be acting as madams running brothels filled with captured Ezidi women. This is illuastrating that violence against women can’t be limited neither to a “male pattern” nor the “culture of the Middle East”.

As many as 3,000 women and girls have been taken captive from the Ezidi tribe in Iraq as IS- militants continue their reign of terror across the region.

Academics at King’s College London have identified three other British females as members of the group – and say there are about 60 UK women who have gone to Syria on jihad. Most of these women are aged between 18 and 24, with al-Khanssaa said to be seeking out people engaging in Western culture in Raqqa.

What can we conclude out of this realities  slowly reaching the surface of our perception? The disclosure of unbearable human rights abuses should not wait for more violence to happen. Allthough of the cryout of the Ezidi population and their leaders nothing is done until know to free the women abducted by the IS.

Childabuse, rape and slavery. What an unbearable picture so close to Europe. With Turkey as an ally defending, that the IS isn’t worst then the PKK. That comparision can’t be the criteria for the international community to act. A UN-protection Zone, like it existed until 2003 , is the only way to prevent crimes of war and to protect the dignity of humanity.

 

 

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